allen + roth 54-in Bronze Shelf Floor Lamp
This attractive lamp with magazine rack and table offers functionality and style for your home. Beautifully styled with a rich bronze finish table and magazine rack with a neutral toast shade will add charm and beauty to any home.
- This stylish furniture lamp features a magazine rack and side table
- Features a rich bronze finish with neutral toast shade to complement any decor
- Requires one 150-watt medium base light bulb, not included
- Convenient 3-way switch allows you to adapt the amount of light according to your needs
- Total height is 54-in
- Table measures 22.75-in H x 14.25-in W x 20.25-in D
- Excellent for limited space applications
I have been looking for one of these table lamps for along time. It’s exactly what I was looking for in just the right size to fit my needs next to my chair. I didn’t want anything big and bulky. The directions weren’t specific to the table but I figured it out. Took awhile to get the screws lined up but when it was finished I was very satisfied with it. It’s a well built unit and rich looking.
ponydriver (verified owner) –
First, we really like the size and general design of this table. It meets what we were looking for to add light next to my husband’s reading chair.
The low rating is due to substandard materials. The shelf could only align 3 of the 4 holes to be screwed in. That was frustrating as the distance the one “end” was off was by more than 1/2”. We weren’t planning on using the shelf so I pressed on to finish assembly.
The problem in the end was a too short shaft extending down through the table top. The small metal plate to stabilize the assembly, plus locking washer and wing nut just barely allowed for the wing nut to grab the threads. Recognizing the once the locking washer compressed it might hold together, I started to tighten the wing nut. The wing broke off at the first turn of resistance and the threads were apparently ‘bent’ ever so slightly. No, it was not cross threaded; the threads themselves were examined to determine they were bent upwards!
By this time, I had damaged the product by breaking the wing nut so alternative solutions were required. While not pretty, the top plate was glued to the table top (twice as I had failed to see the felt liner). Once that had set, the table was turned upside down and a 3/8” grounding clamp was attached to the post (minus the flat plate and washer.
It seems to be holding in place; loses the swivel feature; and serves the purpose.