French country table lamps are necessary for any French farmhouse style home. Table lamps are a great way to illuminate your space while at the same time showing off your personal decorative style!
There are so many different places you can put a French country style table lamp, but they are most commonly found on nightstands, on console tables, and near the entryway. Table lamps are great for illuminating a targeted space or area of your home. They are practical and cute!
French Country Table Lamps
So what exactly does a table lamp look like that you would find in a French country home? Well, it depends on your style and taste. My favorite French country table lamps come in neutral colors like ivory, beige, white, gray and faded blue. The base is often crafted from turned wood or painted iron. Often times, the lamps are lightly distressed to give a nice worn-in look to the lamp.
There’s lots of fun French country motifs in our selection of table lamps. We have roosters, fleur de lis, urns, and even the Eiffel Tower!
Ok enough blabbing, here is our selection of beautiful French farmhouse style table lamps! Be sure to pick up a beige linen lamp shade to pair with these lamps if you don’t have one already!
I hope one or several of these French lamps caught your eye. Here are a few photos of inspiration that we adore for integrating French country lamps in your home!
I just love the distressed cast iron tale lamp in this beautiful French country home, as published in Romantic Homes. The vintage column leaning in the corner really completes the look of this space.
This white urn table lamp fits perfectly with this French country style cabinet!
More French Country Style Decorating Ideas
Making your home look like a farmhouse in the south of France isn’t easy. But you’re not alone if you just adore the look of a country home with French charm! That’s why we’ve gone ahead and scoured the internet for the best French country style furniture and decor that you can buy right here in the USA. Don’t miss our other French country decorating articles:
What are some of your favorite French country decorating ideas?