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  • Missing piece
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    I fortunateky this lamp was Missing a screw they holds it together. Now in searching at hardware store for screw

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    Julie B. May 21, 2016
  • I wish I could give 0 starts
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    This lamp isn't worth half the *** it costs. *** makes a similar and much better lamp. It is wobby; the shade is more peach than beige, and it just looks cheap cheap cheap. It costs too much to return, so I'll just take it to Goodwill. Holy cow, do I regret this purchase. Wobby and cheap. I wouldn't buy it for my kid's dorm room if I had seen it in person, let alone for my home. Cheap and wobby, let me repeat.

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    standrews919 August 31, 2014
  • Nice basic lamp with a modern line
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    This is a good basic lamp. Small foot print makes it great for small spaces. Silver finish makes for a clean line. Basic rice paper shade diffuses light nicely. I would by it again.

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    mch1234 January 19, 2014
  • This lamp is not for a practical use
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    This lamp is cute but shorter than common applicatio as lamp. Its base is quite unstable, so when you pull the code to ligh the lamp, it swings. The shade is cute but it wrinckles easily. It can be an accent in a small area but not for a practical application.

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    sonnen November 9, 2013
  • Nice To Look At But Not The Best Designed Lamp
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    Regarding the color displayed and the color delivered, it's an apples and oranges deal. The picture illustrates a blue family color but the shade in person is actually green. It's also very flimsy and easy to rip as I discovered. Putting this fella together in a way that has it stand completely erect is also a challenging chore. They made it much tougher than it needs to be. Once assembled it looks nice but now I have to conceal the rips by turning that corner to the wall.

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    fourteeni February 7, 2012
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