What’s important to look for in Aaron Mid Century Modern Floor Lamp Aged Brass 3-Light Tree Adjustable Dome Shade?
64" high overall. Base is 10" wide at the bottom. Each shade is 6" high x 5 3/4" wide. Weighs 10 lbs. Uses three maximum 40 watt standard-medium base bulbs not included . On-off rotary switch on each socket. A modern three-light tree floor lamp from the Aaron collection by 360 Lighting. Aged brass finish metal base and dome shades. Each head swivel adjusts 360 degrees with up to 180 degree tilt. 5-foot long black cord and plug.
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This three-light floor lamp combines modern design with retro vintage inspiration. The slender column and adjustable heads highlight the best of contemporary lighting design, while the aged brass finish introduces classy vintage appeal. An on-off rotary switch on each socket allows for control of each light.
Based on retro tree-style floor lamps, this three-light design features a sleek and stylish aged brass finish.
Note: Do not touch halogen bulbs with bare hands when installing, otherwise premature bulb failure may occur.
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Customer reviewsAttractive lamp, anemic lighting.
I've deducted one star because this lamp is not as bright as I had hoped or expected the listing claims 60 watt canisters, but the actual UL is for 40 watts per canister. The lamp is very attractive and was easily assembled by my 13 year old. A set of 40 watt equivalent CFL bulbs were sent along with the lamp, which was a surprise. But even with all three lamps turned on, a supposed 120 watt equivalent of light, the brightness of the lamp is still less than a 100 watt equivalent torchiere I had in the same location. I turned them on side by side to compare and turned all three canisters towards the wall and ceiling. The canisters are rated for 40 watt incandescent, so I switched out the CFL for 60 watt equivalent 14 watt CFLs that I already had, and the light STILL isn't as bright as the torchiere, which I considered anemic in the first place and the reason I purchased this lamp to replace it. With a second 100 watt lamp on the other side of the room, the lighting is adequate, but not what I was hoping for.