10 Gorgeous Midcentury Floor Lamps Under $100

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10 Gorgeous Midcentury Floor Lamps Under $100

With their airy silhouettes, exhale-inducing minimalism, and retro flair, there's a lot to love about midcentury furniture and decor. Luckily, there are plenty of beautiful, midcentury-inspired pieces of furniture and decor out there that won't break the bank, you just have to know where to find them — or, you can let us find 'em for you.

Midcentury floor lamps are a great way to enhance any aesthetic because they combine form and function while instantly filling an empty corner with style. Below, we cover stunning midcentury floor lamps that you can snag for less than $100 and use to elevate any space.

Featuring two different finishes, this classic floor lamp is as stylish as it is timeless.

For a modern twist on the classic style featured above, add this beauty to a corner that could use some more love.

This structural beauty comes in a classic aged-brass finish and a more contemporary rose gold finish, both of which will light up any space in style.

The long reach and minimal design of this floor lamp makes it perfect for illuminating small, hard-to-reach spaces.

Looking for a quick way to infuse your aesthetic with a hint of retro glam? Well, look no further.

This essential lamp lets you twist and turn it to shine on the precise space that you need it to, and it will look great doing it.

This sleek floor lamp is highly versatile, working just as well in the living room as it would in a home office.

A little bit glam, a little bit midcentury, this stunner will make a statement wherever it lives.

IKEA never fails to come through with stylish pieces at a great price point, and this beauty is no exception.

Equal parts structural and functional, use this piece to instantly add visual intrigue to your favorite space.


Kelly is a full-time freelance writer, aspiring aerialist, and passionate interior design enthusiast. She's a regular contributor to design-centric publications like Apartment Therapy, The Spruce, and TexasLiving Magazine.

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