You can change the angle on this small, adjustable piece in two places, making it easy to direct the light to exactly where you need it. This light has a nickel fitting and shade too so that, unlike our ambient, glass-shade version, it will give a more targeted light spill – it’s a feature that’s especially useful when reading or for task lighting.
Design & engineering
Nickel gives a crisp, mirrored finish that’s highly reflective, so it’s the perfect choice for bouncing light around a room. Its silvered patina also complements grey-toned paintwork exceptionally well, bringing more warmth to a space than a chrome finish.
The toggle detail at each of the joints gives Keats a hint of industrial style. But these aren’t just there to look good, they’re functional too – use them to adjust the arms of the light. The simple backplate and straight-lined shade also give this design a timeless touch.
Where we see it
The benefit of this lamp is that it will direct targeted pools of light, so it’s useful when you want to see an area clearly. Use two of them as symmetrical reading lamps on either side of a bed, light up your food preparation area in the kitchen or group them along a hallway to brighten up a dark corridor.