Bedside lights at pro office
In the pro office shop you will also find a large selection of lamps for your bedside table with a socket for diameters E27 or E14. In contrast to the office, a cosy light in the bedroom is more important, which also allows reading in bed. The shop offers designer lamps in best quality, which are functional, energy-saving and decorative.
Lamps from Fatboy
Just one of many possibilities: Fatboy's Transloetje was inspired by Grandma's bedside lamp. The Transloetje is transparent, ultra-mobile, wireless, rechargeable at any time and available in eight colours. With the 3-step touch sensor on the lamp base you get the perfect dimmer. This lamp is suitable for LED illuminants of the energy classes: A++ (very efficient) to E (less efficient).
Of course: the Belux Arba table lamp with great radiance
If you prefer natural materials, place the unique Belux Arba table lamp on your dessert table. Designer Matteo Thun has designed this lamp. The oiled maple wood is exceptionally stable and unique due to its grain. The wood filters the cool light of the energy-saving fluorescent lamp and transforms it into a cosy light. The diffuser made of solid acrylic glass directs the light glare-free to the outside and thus creates a unique atmosphere.
Glass lighting from Muuto
The Cosy table lamp in Grey from the manufacturer Muuto is a mouth-blown luminous body, which is especially for the evening hours as if made and lives up to its name. With this design Harri Koskinen wanted to create a cosy light for different rooms - even for the living room. Both versions (white or grey) emphasise the beauty of electric light.
Futuristic: The Artemide Nesso in orange
Colour into the bedroom or living room; it does not always have to be white or black: The Nesso table lamp by Artemide, designed in 1967 by Giancarlo Mattioli, is a design classic with a switch that sets accents and can also be used perfectly as a bedside lamp. It is a so-called "modern classic" that has even made it into the Design Collection of the New York Museum of Modern Art. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)