|Material Details: Corrugated Parchment||Shade Material: Other|
|Product Type: Standard||Style: Modern|
|Shade Shape: S Curve||Base Finish: Natural White|
|UL Listed: Yes||Material: Other|
|Bulb Type: Candalabra Base Bulb||Bulb Included: Yes|
|Wattage: 40 Watts (W)||Switch Type: Toggle Switch|
|Number of Lights: 1||Shade Included: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
Questions & Answers
Roland Simmons Lumalight 60 Model Table or Floor Lamp
DARLA from Broken Arrow, OK– Verified Buyer
I had my eye on this for awhile. Bought it and what a beautiful lamp. Easy assembly. Great conversation piece.
Fatima from Hollywood, FL– Verified Buyer
Bit disappointed by the quality of the material....However the results are stunning, beautifully fits the decor. Overall it's OK.
Sandy from Ypsilanti, MI– Verified Buyer
I just luv, luv, luv this lamp. It's very elegant and fits in perfectly with my room decor. It may not be a first choice for everyone, but if you are looking for something that is elegant and stylist, this is it.
Brenda from OR– Verified Buyer– Top 100 Reviewer
I love the sculptural lighting of Roland Simmons designs.
Funky Fun Lamp
Tom from Somerville, MA– Verified Buyer
I really like this lamp, although the frugal side of me was initially put-off that this is essentially red cardboard with a string of lights inside. But once you start using it you don't mind that as much because it's so unique and fun. I use this as my primary light in my bedroom and it bathes the room in a nice warm red hue. It gives the illusion of warmth and makes the cold New England winters a little nicer
Great stylish, unique lamp.
mk from Chicago, IL– Verified Buyer
Great lamp. Very stylish and unique. Good quality. Great decorative piece.
Don't judge a book by its cover!!
Pokkahontas from Jacksonville, Florida– Verified Buyer
Love the lamp!!! This is my 3rd lumalight. I get so many compliments from everyone that sees it. Not a bright light for reading, but great for entertaining or a cozy night at home. I plan to put a lumalight in each room of my home.
This lamp was perfect for what I wanted
wt from Kansas City, MO– Verified Buyer
This lamp is really for deco and soft lighting only. It's a simple construction, fairly easy to put together and gets lots of positive comments from people.
Nice Ambient Light
AK from Wash DC– Verified Buyer
I bought an orange Roland Simmons. Beautiful design, and nice soft glow light.
Not what it appears.
Babsieok from Corydon, IN– Verified Buyer
These lamps are made of what appears to be corrogated cardboard and for the price...not a good value. They belong at [...] for 1/2 the price. I was very glad they were purchased for a teenager's room and not my living or family room.
With the necessary monies in the bank to sustain living expenses for 6 months, Roland Simmons left his job as an industrial designer in the San Francisco Bay Area. With the drive to succeed and the willingness to fail, Roland Simmons set out to become one of today's most innovative and respectable designers.
Within a vacant, neighboring apartment in his complex, Roland Simmons began to discover the possibilities of constructing contemporary art and lighting out of single faced corrugated parchment. One of his early designs was sought for and distributed by the respectable George Kovacs. The piece was named the "Mummy Lamp".
Since 1976, Roland Simmons has been designing and constructing contemporary lighting. His innovative designs have received numerous awards and recognition around the globe. Now, based in Cowley, Wyoming, among the towering mountains of Yellowstone National Park, Roland Simmons continues to design and hand cut every piece that leaves the factory. The company, Interfold, Inc., is family owned and operated by his son Todd Simmons.
Today, these pieces are known as the Roland Simmons Lumalights. They are found all over the world. Each Lumalight comes with Roland's personal signature guarantee of authenticity and quality. Where there is Light, there can be no darkness. We invite you to enjoy one of our creations in your home.
"The Lumalight . . . A Sculpture by Day . . . A Lamp by Night"