An enduring favorite with designers everywhere: table lamps with glass bases, which add a transparent glimmer to interiors. Here is a roundup of some current favorites.
Above: The Found Decanter Lamp is made from recycled glass casks, so no two are exactly alike. Topped with a nubby burlap shade, the lamp is 40 inches high and is $498 at Anthropologie.
Above: The Wine Sphere Lamp from Bobo Intriguing Objects measures 33 inches tall; the clear is $510 and the mercury glass lamp is $590 at Wildflower Organics.
Above: The Zak Table Lamp features an inverted handblown glass base with an embossed faux leather shade. It measures 29.5 inches high; $229 at Crate and Barrel.
Above: The Cherub Lamp from London/New York-based designers Ochre is 28 inches and currently available in smoke or amethyst glass; $750 at Ochre.
Above: The Gourd Table Lamp, available with either a charcoal tinted glass or luster glass base, is $179 at West Elm.
Above: The Glass Jug Table Lamp in clear or mercury glass from West Elm stands 19.5 inches tall and is $149.
Above: The handblown glass Trumpette Modern Table Lamp by New York glass artist Jeremy Pyles is available in three shades (gray, amber, and smoke) and is $925 from Niche Modern.
Above: The 18-inch handblown glass cylinder with red cloth cord Rose Line Table Lamp is $99.95 at CB2.
Above: Designed by Luc Ramael, the Glam T1 Table Lamp is available with red, black, opal, or mirrored diffuser (shade). It measures 14.2 inches high and is $1,200 at YLighting.
Above: The classic handblown Shelburne Lamp from Vermont glass artisan Simon Pearce is topped with a linen empire shade and is available for $250 at YLighting.