Portable floor lamp with a shade that directs light upward.
Indirect floor lamp that sends all, or most, of its light upward.
a floor lamp that directs all light upwards
a portable lamp designed to direct light upward for indirect illumination
a tall floor lamp that shines light upward toward the ceiling
A floor lamp which provides soft, indirect lighting by guiding light upward from a reflective bowl or inverted cone.
A standing floor lamp which directs light upward. Depending on the setting, can emit ambient (general) lighting or accent lighting.
A lamp designed to direct light upwards. Most of the light is thrown against the ceiling and reflected back.
An indirect floor lamp sending all or nearly all of its light upward.
A torch-like floor lamp that directs light upward with a flared shade.
A floor lamp with a flared shade directing light upward.
A lamp for the floor that sends almost all its emitted light upwards. (See Indirect Lighting).
A floor lamp that directs light upward from a reflective bowl or inverted cone shade.
A torchiere is a lamp with a tall stand of wood or metal. Originally, torchieres were candelabras, usually with two or three lights. When it was first introduced in France towards the end of the 17th century the torchiere mounted one candle only, and when the number was doubled or tripled the improvement was regarded almost as a revolution in the lighting of large rooms.