Mullan Patrick Floor Lamp
The Patrick floor lamp features a sleek brass tube that derives from a heavy steel base.
On top, a stunning brass dome shade is held in place by a curved brass arm that stems from the floor lamp's brass upstand. With clean lines, a modern Mid-Century design can be admired.
Illuminating warm light into interior spaces, the Patrick floor lamp is appreciated in living spaces or reading corners where soft lighting is welcomed.
Standing at 164cm in height and just 42cm in depth, the Patrick floor lamp is slender in appearance.
A suitable lighting solution for snug interiors, the Patrick brass dome floor lamp is adaptable to a range of interior styles.
Available in six colour finishes, you can sure to find a hue perfect for you.
Bulbs are sold separately.
- Weight: 7.6kg
- Materials: Brass | Steel
- Voltage: 220v/240v
- Lampholder: E27 | Plastic | ES | Edison Screw
- Ingress Protection: IP20
- Lamp Max Wattage: 40W
- CE Approved: Yes
- Number of Bulbs: 1
- Class: 2
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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