Pharmacy Lamps

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Home Pharmacy Lamps

Need bright task lighting that will deliver every day and night? A pharmacy lamp is a perfect prescription. These lamps were first developed in the 1890s and were the first area lights that could shine directly downward. This quickly made them popular in pharmacies (hence the name) as well as factories and hospitals where people need to see clearly at work areas. Nowadays, their high-intensity downlighting remains effective for both commercial and home use, and the design adds a utilitarian vibe to every space. Adding adjustable vintage pharmacy lamps to your living room, home office, kitchen or den gives you classic style with modern lighting power.

We stock an assortment of table and floor pharmacy lamps at Destination Lighting. Our traditional metal pharmacy lamps are a spitting image of the original lights with a straight pole and curved arm for a fixture that shines directly downward. They're finished off in brass, bronze or polished nickel tones straight out of the early 20th century. If you want a contemporary twist, modern pharmacy lamps put an up-to-date twist on the retro design. This includes pharmacy lights with angled poles, swivel-head lamps that adjust side-to-side, duel-head lamps and other styles in sleek black and chrome finishes. Choose a rectangle or dome shade and select the size that is right for your work desk, side table, kitchen counter or floor.

Destination Lighting has low everyday prices on pharmacy lamps made by CAL Lighting, Hudson Valley Lighting, Robert Abbey Lighting and other leading manufacturers. There are many ways you can make pharmacy lighting a long-lasting part of a home. We have dimmable pharmacy lights, LED pharmacy lamps, pull-chain lamps and other variations to meet your style and budget demands. Call or email seven days a week to speak with ALA-certified specialists who can assist with your questions. We also have showrooms throughout the Pacific Northwest and Texas where you can see these lights for yourself.