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Hogan Floor Lamp

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The Hogan Floor Lamp is a stylish lighting model that features fabric-like texture. This striking floor lamp is designed with molded acrylic.

Choose this floor lamp for any room with a modern or contemporary style, and make your interior look more stunning. This gorgeous model comes with a metal base and is available in white.

Features
Available Color/Finish: White

Specifications
Spun Poly Resin Shade
Takes 1 E26 Medium Base Max 100 Watt Bulb
Bulb Not Included
Brushed Stainless Steel Shaft And Base
Clear Cord
In Line On/Off Switch

Dimensions
Overall Size: 17L x 17W x 63H inches
Cord Length: 79 inches

Ships within 5-7 days




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