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No ceiling lights in your apartment? No problem! Table and floor lamps are up to 70% off at the Wayfair Lighting Sale
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There’s a lot to love about fall — apple picking, cozy sweaters and carving pumpkins, to name a few things.
But there’s one thing we don’t like about the season: less sunlight. If you’ve already started to notice how much earlier it gets dark out, you’re not alone. That’s why now is the perfect time to upgrade your home’s lighting.
And as luck would have it, Wayfair has just marked down a ton of chic, stylish light fixtures that can brighten up any aesthetic of home decor. Whether you’re thinking of replacing a statement ceiling fixture or simply want to bring a new lamp or two into your space, you can find exactly what you need from the Wayfair lighting sale right now.
There are even some easy-to-install sconces and battery-operated light fixtures that are perfect if you rent or simply don’t feel up to an intense DIY project. Scroll down to see what’s worth shopping at the Wayfair lighting sale.
A chic statement piece you can use in any room, this metal table lamp by AllModern has a trendy, midcentury-modern appeal with an architectural base. It has a drum shade to diffuse and spread light around your room.
Upgrade your home office with this all-in-one desk lamp. It has a built-in phone stand and charger, along with a cup for your pens to keep everything on your desk organized while lightening up the space. The LED light is included and has a touch switch that can be used to adjust between five levels of brightness.
Both vintage and contemporary, this flush mount ceiling fixture nods to Art Deco elements with its textured, gold-tone base. It gives bright light to your room since it can take up to a 60-watt bulb, plus it's dimmable.
This lamp is basically a lighting fixture and storage piece in one. The LED light and white shade are set atop five tiers of shelves that you can use for display, storage or a combination of both. It's a great way to maximize your space.
These battery-operated wall sconces can bring light to any room — whether you have space for a new lamp or not. They're easy to install, remote-controlled and dimmable. Plus, they can be set to different lighting modes so you can use them as a fun party feature.
This might be the most convenient lamp you could ever buy. Along with the foot switch, this arched floor lamp comes with a remote control, so you can turn on the lights from across the room. Plus, it comes with a lightbulb for added ease.
These sleek ceramic table lamps come as a set of two, so they’re perfect as matching lighting for bedside tables or on both sides of a sofa. They’re designed in a classic teardrop shape with a ribbed texture that looks timeless and versatile, lending themselves to any style of living space.
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