Frosted Glass Table Lamps - Contemporary Dining Tables - Frosted Glass Dining Table
Frosted Glass Table Lamps
- Glass used for light bulbs that has been roughened or treated with a spray on coating (See IF), for the purpose of diffusing light. (See Diffusion).
- Glass with a white translucent surface resulting from sandblasting or etching.
- Frosted glass, or opaque glass, is produced by the sandblasting or acid etching of clear sheet glass. It has the effect of rendering the glass translucent by scattering of light during transmission, thus blurring images while still transmitting light.
- A small lamp designed to stand on a table
- (Table Lamp) A decorative lamp unit intended for placing on a low side table as room decorations from light through shade and base and also somewhat functional for reading with light below the shade, often too low.
- (TABLE LAMP) Table lamps provide local light that is warm, cozy, and intimate, and also provide focal points throughout a room. Table lamps comprise a base or stand that supports the bulb holder and bulb, and have a cord that delivers power to the source.
- (table lamp) a lamp that sits on a table
Parker Table Torchiere by Jonathan Adler
From the Parker Collection by Jonathan Adler comes this truly unique table lamp. The contemporary design merges refined materials with bold accents: a White Frosted Glass shade on a marble or bronze base is enveloped by a metal cage of interlocking squares. Full-range dimming provides just the right amount of light. Use with others in the collection for a more complete look. Base: 7" dia footprint X 1" H Metal Shade: 7" X 7" X 12.25" Glass Shade: 5" X 5" X 15" Overall: 16" H One medium socket 60-watt bulb (not included) Select from Polished Nickel on White Carrara Marble base or Deep Patina Bronze on Bronze base. Availability: This product is made to order. There may be a 3 - 4 week lead time in shipping on this product.
Lady with the Lamp
Active Assignment Weekly - Backlighting. There is a little story here to bore you with. When on holiday in Turkey recently, I had a cocktail in a lovely bar. I forget what it was - it had some silly name and was gin based and was very nice. It came with the usual slice of fruit, little umbrella and some other paper ornamentation, and this plastic swizzle stick. The table on which it stood was frosted glass and lit from underneath and it looked great. I took a picture of it at the time. I also smuggled it out of the country as a souvenir. So, for this assignment I held it up infront of a bedside lamp by a yellow wall. WIT: Aperture priority to take the light back, ISO 400 (tried different settings but this one was most pleasing) and a very slight crop either side.