Jun 22, 2023
Head to Amazon for more like it. Published Aug 10, 2023 6:00 PM We may earn revenue from the products available on this page and participate in affiliate programs. The arched floor lamp curving over
Head to Amazon for more like it.
Published Aug 10, 2023 6:00 PM
We may earn revenue from the products available on this page and participate in affiliate programs.
The arched floor lamp curving over RHONY star Brynn Whitfield’s green velvet sofa looks like it could have been plucked out of a designer showroom. The sturdy marble base, textural double-drum shade, and adjustable arc—all hallmarks of a premium product. But if you peek at the photo caption, you’ll likely be as surprised as we were to find that Whitfield sourced it not from Visual Comfort or Rejuvenation but the depths of Amazon.
A currently under-$200 buy from Domino reader–favorite Brightech, the Mason arc floor lamp checks so many boxes for us, and adds an included lightbulb, smart capabilities, and three-year warranty into the mix.
Aside from agreeing that the lamp looks positively posh in Whitfield’s Manhattan apartment, one shopper specifically shares, “I was concerned about this lamp given the relatively low price point, but this thing is fantastic.” There are plenty of other reviews that paint the statement-making fixture in a similar fashion—plus we already have the picture for proof.
Brightech has long been a budget-friendly go-to for us (and you!) for luxe lighting at a more digestible price. But affordability isn’t the only reason that the Los Angeles–based brand has earned a favorable reputation. Numerous reviews emphasize that its products are “solidly built,” “well made,” “great quality”—the works. Here are a couple of our favorites from the line, and all the reasons we love them.
While plenty of Brightech’s assortment is on sale, this brass task lamp is, even when discount-less, just $60. A trendy buy for a reading nook or home office, it reminds us of another best-selling Amazon score but for less and backed by nearly 1,000 additional positive reviews. While a bit smaller than DIYer Kiva Brent’s find (or those made by Serena & Lily and CB2), it still offers the same elevated elements: a three-way dimmer; adjustable arm and head; and a sleek, compact silhouette that’s appealingly more modern. Plus one happy shopper summarizes, “The gold is classy, not glitzy. The light is very stable, unlike many lights like this that are shaky and cheap feeling. The base is solid. All the pieces fit together very precisely.”
For a product exposed to the elements day in and day out, 27,000-plus shoppers swear this set of solar string lights is as bright as plug-ins and have lasted for years, confirming the waterproof and shatterproof claims are no joke. (I personally own these sun-powered bulbs, and not even crazy winds, freezing temps, or heavy blankets of pollen have given them a single hiccup for the past two years.)