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Friday 19 December 2014

The 10 Best bedside lamps

1. Constanza £35, habitat.co.uk. This glass light's natural curved shape gives a soft, ambient light. It will fit naturally into pretty much any interior.
2. Helen Aubergin £65, decolight.co.uk. Perfect for rooms with a rich colour palette, this elegant and stylish lamp comes from the Every Day Essential range.
3. Lilly Champagne Glass £180, heals.co.uk. A champagne-glass base with a chrome plinth and faux silk shade will inject some sophistication into your boudoir
4. Eve £35, johnlewis.com The cream resin base, slender stem and tapered and pleated silk shade combine to form one of the most feminine lamps around.
5. Butterfly £145, frenchbedroom company.co.uk. This lamp's shade is made from thick felt with various butterflies cut into the fabric.
6. Vintage Stick £29.50, marksandspencer.com. There's a slightly vintage feel to this lamp, with its pleated fabric shade and steel base.
7. Monte Carlo Twin £233, selfridges.com . An unusual lamp that features an antique-inspired brass body, a pair of gold string shades and two amber crystal drops.
8. Small Cone £10.49, cargohomeshop.com. With a rubberwood cone-shaped base and natural cream shade here's a lamp that would find a place in most bedrooms.
9. Colour Match pair of touch table lamps £14.99, argos.co.uk. The chrome stand contrasts nicely with the black fabric shades and they are touch-activated as well.
10. Skojig £15.99, ikea.com . Children will love this fantastic bedside lamp. The fluorescent on-off switch means that it is easy to find at night.

Lovely ways to light up your life.

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