Mullan Edison Cairo Floor Lamp
Inspired by Mid-century design, the Cairo Floor Lamp illuminates any space with sleek style. Place it next to your sofa or chair to spotlight a relaxing evening curled up with a book, or add it to a business office lobby for a sophisticated lighting solution.
With a slim profile, this contemporary floor lamp will set the stage, their matte black metal structure sets a classy tone, accented with brass details for a mid-century appeal.
Suitable for any minimalist or industrial interiors, this modern lighting fixture looks great when lit with an Edison-style filament bulb to enhance industrial atmosphere. Bulbs are sold separately.
Lampholder: 1 x GU10 6.5w LED
- Cable: 200 cm flex as standard, additional cable available on request.
- Height: 147 cm
- Diameter: 35 cm
- Weight: 7.35kg
- Material: Brass | Steel
- Standard Cable/Chain Length: 200 cm
- Max Wattage: 6.5w LED
- Voltage: 220v/240v
- Lampholder: GU10
- IP Rating: IP20
Note: Our products are hand finished therefore each item is unique. The colours shown are intended as an indication only and some variation is to be expected.
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