We've put together a guide on the best floor lamps here, but if it's the best LED floor lamps you're after then this guide is for you!
A floor lamp isn’t just about bringing more light into a room—it’s also an easy way to add a stylish accent to your home. These days, LED lamps are leading the way, with an abundance of floor lamps featuring either advanced integrated LED technology or the option to use replaceable LED bulbs. These lamps offer plenty of advantages over traditional light bulbs, including a long life so you don’t need to think about changing light bulbs, energy efficiency, high brightness, and an excellent colour range. So whether you’re looking to brighten up the living room, bedroom, study, or even hallway—and whatever your style and budget—read on to discover the best LED floor lamps for any occasion.
The best LED floor lamps
There’s nothing quite as luxurious as solid marble—especially when matched with elegant, powder-coated steel. The Arum floor lamp sits on a narrow base, meaning it easily fits in beside your favourite reading chair. The graphic, angled shade can be used to direct the light where it’s needed, making it the perfect reading lamp.
Each of the five LED lights on this floor lamp is encased in two shades—an opal inner shade, and a smoked outer shade that’s tinted grey. This detail adds an extra dimension to the lamp and elevates the simple design. The bulbs twist around a central stem, projecting the light in multiple directions to truly light up the room.
The simplicity of the slender stand and hoop structure of this Danish design icon belies the complex arrangement of rotating shades, which can be used to direct light up or down or create an asymmetrical play of light and shadow. It’s perfect if you want to get creative with your lighting. Update the design classic with an eco-friendly E27 LED bulb.
This sleek lamp is inspired by the billiards lamps of the 19th Century, and adds a touch of razor-sharp elegance to any space—it works particularly well in small spaces or as an accent lamp in hallways. The classic design references have been combined with advancements in LED technology, and it was recognised with a prestigious Good Design Award when it launched.
Channeling on-trend Scandi vibes, this concrete and timber-look floor lamp is slender enough to squeeze into the smallest of spaces. The industrial concrete base and the contrasting wood-effect stem is a classic combination of materials that will complement an interior without dominating it.
If you’re looking to make a bold, retro statement look no further than the Ero floor lamp from high-street faves Oliver Bonas. It has serious Sixties vibes with its fun, exaggerated form and contrasts soft blue velvet with pink fringing around the shade.
As the saying goes, good things come in small packages. This petite powder-coated aluminium lamp brings a cosy glow to indoor and outdoor spaces. It’s splashproof, so is the perfect poolside companion, and can even be used in heavy rain. It’s also wireless, which makes it easy to move it around as needed.
The Coordinates F floor lamp by Michael Anastassiades strips the floor lamp back to its essential elements—a simple round base and two lighting bars that can be set to the desired angle during assembly. The result is a spectacularly minimalist alternative to more conventional floor lamps. The on-trend champagne finish makes it a winner.
This minimal floor lamp is a contemporary take on the traditional tripod lamp, inspired by a solar eclipse—and it packs a serious punch for the affordable price. It features 150 LEDs integrated on the inside of the adjustable ring, with a frosted cover that softly diffuses the light to avoid glare. Perfect for living spaces or home offices.
How to choose the best LED floor lamp
The first thing to do is work out your budget and think about what kind of style you’re going for. Once you’ve done this, measure the space where you want to use the lamp. The size of this space will be a major deciding factor in which lamp you go for—lamps with a narrow base are perfect for tucking in next to couches in small spaces, while tripod style lamps fit perfectly in tight corners. If you’re looking for an impressive lamp for a space with height, go for something that arcs or has an exaggerated form. And, don’t forget to measure the distance to the nearest power outlet, otherwise you’ll be dealing with messy extension cords. You’ll also want to think about the light quality and colour, with everything from lamps that create a cosy ambiance to powerful directional lamps on the market. An LED lamp that’s dimmable is more versatile, making it suitable for everything from reading to setting a mood.
What is the best LED floor lamp?
This all depends on what you’re looking for when it comes to budget and style, as well as the purpose of the lamp. If you’re looking for something that you can easily move around, then look for a battery-powered wireless lamp, like the Blomus Farol indoor/outdoor lamp. If you want to make a serious design statement, we can’t go past the Flos Coordinates F lamp—but it comes at an equally serious price. You don’t need to spend big to make a statement, though. Take the Ero Tassel Lamp from Oliver Bonas. Covered in blue velvet with bright pink fringing, it’s about as wild as you can get when it comes to a lamp.