We have a vast range of low energy table and floor lamps available from the lighting superstore. In a world where we are all conscious about energy costs, it makes perfect sense to purchase lighting that can help ease the burden.
If you're really looking to save energy then you may also want to check out our huge range of LED Floor and Table Lights and Retrofit LED Bulbs.
Ora Single Table Lamp. 3 variants available.
A well designed curved shape table lamp complete with an in-line on/off switch and a low ene...
Akira Standard Floor Lamp. 2 variants available.
The Akira floor lamp comes in a choice of two colour finishes, antique brass and chr...
M0678 Sintesys Modern Floor Lamp.
Modern and stylish low energy floor lamp. It has a square and curved top base finished in polished chrome. It also has matching...
M0924 Pop Low Energy Table Lamp.
Low energy single table lamp, finished in white and complete with a chrome base. The main head tilts forwards and backwards so you...
M0914 Pop Low Energy Table Lamp.
Low energy single table lamp, finished in red and complete with a chrome base. The main head tilts forwards and backwards so you c...
M0904 Pop Low Energy Table Lamp.
Low energy single table lamp, finished in black and complete with a chrome base. The main head tilts forwards and backwards so you...
M0676 Sintesys Small Table Lamp.
This Sintesys modern styled table lamp has been designed with a curved lipped base plate with an in-line on/off switch connected....
TL840EL Low Energy Desk Lamp.
Energy saving desk light with a chrome finish. It has a curved arm that is fitted to a circular base. On the other end is the main light head that...
Fluorescent Floor and Table Lamps
For decades our homes have been lit by incandescent bulbs. These standard light bulbs always produced a good strong light but were expensive to run and had a very short life. Incandescent bulbs produce light through heat. This wastes a lot of energy which leads to high energy bills, but low energy lamps provide light without producing a lot of heat. Low energy light is measured in Lumen’s though consumption will still be indicated in wattages. One Lumen is equal to a one foot-candle falling on an area of one square foot. A majority of low energy table and floor lamps that we supply have high lumen outputs so they do almost replicate the old incandescent ones. There is not really a rule in place for the best type of low energy floor or table lamps for your home because preferences and décors vary. Maybe try a few different combinations until you get the correct light level that suits you best.