These stylish and functional reading floor lamps shine the light exactly where you need it, perfect for reading newspapers, books, or magazines. Place these task floor lamps next to your favorite reading chair. Stop straining your eyes. Improve your lighting to read quicker with better comprehension. And look good doing it!
Reading lamps are an essential companion for the avid reader and diligent student. It can be difficult to find the perfect place which provides adequate light to read by, day or night. These lamps put the light right where you want, inviting long spells of getting lost in a great story or expanding knowledge.
Our selection of reading lamps is as versatile as they are affordable. We have a wide range of lamps to read by, which brighten the room with style, and lend that extra light wherever you might need it. Our Energy Star full spectrum reading lamps are marvels of scientific innovation, producing light near equivalent to natural sunlight. Our collection of Tiffany reading lamps are classy and elegant. Many of these lamps feature swiveling arms or adjustable necks, so that they can work within your space no matter where they stand.
Be comfortable where you read. Avoid eye strain from inadequate overhead lighting or the shifting shadows by the window with one of our fantastic reading lamps. Your eyes and your imagination will thank you!
When settling down to read your favorite book, the last thing you want to worry about is eye strain. These reading lamps are specially designed to make it easier to read.
One of the most important factors in choosing a reading lamp is the spectrum of light. Typically, lights that are closest in spectrum to sunlight are the easiest on your eyes. Make sure it is bright enough for you as well!
The second most important factor is positioning. It doesn't do you any good to have the right light if your head is constantly casting a shadow. Make sure your floor lamp is tall enough to shine over your shoulder, or position your table lamp properly to shine right where you need it. Many reading lamps come with an adjustable arm to obtain the ideal angle. If you use an electronic reader, you may want to position the lamp so that it avoids shining directly on the screen to avoid glare.