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Nova Arcing Linen Shade Arc Floor Lamp
Nova Arcing Linen Shade Arc Floor Lamp

Nova Arcing Linen Shade Arc Floor Lamp

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A contemporary arc lamp design from the Nova floor lamp collection, with a graceful profile and a brushed nickel finish.

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This Nova floor lamp features an arched column with a white linen shade. The arc design is ideal for seating areas or for use next to sectionals. Base and metal arm come in a brushed nickel finish. From the Nova floor lamp collection.

  • Overall: 84" high. Arc span is 72". Base is 15" wide x 2" high.
  • Drum shade is 16" wide x 9" high.
  • Takes one maximum 150 watt standard-medium base bulb (not included). Full range dimmer control on the pole.
  • A contemporary arc floor lamp design by Nova Lighting.
  • Brushed nickel finish. Round marble base.
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what is the distance from the bottom edge of the shade to the floor?
Kim J on Nov 2, 2020
BEST ANSWER: From the floor to the bottom of the floor lamps shade measures approximately 71.5".
I understand that the height is not adjustable but can you the pole left or right to put the shade above where you want it without turning the base?
Kim J on Sep 12, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Lamp does not rotate left and right.
Where is the on/off switch located?
Leslie B on Sep 5, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Full range dimmer control on the pole before the arc starts.
The distance from the pole to the edge of the shade is stated in a previous question at 46". Is that the inside or outside edge of the shade?
greg P on Jun 6, 2020
BEST ANSWER: From the pole to the inner shade the floor lamp measures approximately 30".
Does it have diffuser on the bottom of the shade?
Pat K on Apr 1, 2020
BEST ANSWER: This floor lamps shade features a bottom diffuser.
What is the distance from vertical part of pole to shade?
A shopper on Jan 25, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I have this lamp from last year. The distance from the pole to the edge of the shade is just under 4 feet - aprox 46 inches. I hope that helps.
is the arm adjustable?
Heaher S on Apr 11, 2019
BEST ANSWER: No, the height is not adjustable.
This lamp is perfect for my needs, however I need a brass or bronze finish. Is it available in other finish choices?
M A D on Apr 11, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I am sorry, this is not offered in any other finishes. But, I have added a link below to other arc floor lamps you may like.
How many inches is the base? Diameter and height of base. I need to see if it will slide under my sectional
N R on Feb 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello! This lamp's base is 15" wide and 2" high. Hope this helps!
Is the height adjustable?
Linda K on Dec 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi, The height is not adjustable.
Is the diffuser on the lampshade on the bottom or top of the shade? I’m trying to figure out if the lamp is over my sectional if it’ll glare down on someone sitting under it or not.
Rachel S on Nov 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The built-in diffuser on the shade is on the bottom, so this lamp would be appropriate for placing above a seating area.
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Rated 5 out of 5
Better than expected even!
We use this light over our dining room table. It is perfect. It is also very well made, sturdy without looking like a tank.

Pros: Artistic Design, Long Cord, Easy To Clean, Area Of Illumination, Easy To Change Bulb, Convenient On/Off

Best Uses: Dark Corners, Decoration
Rated 5 out of 5
Beautiful lamp
This lamp is a true piece of art. Top quality, great linen shade, dimmer is solid as is the arch metal.. pops a room .. or conversation area.

Pros: Easy Assembly, Area of Illumination, Sturdy, Artistic Design

Best Uses: Dark Corners, Decoration
May 5, 2011
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