10 years warranty
One of the reasons you might be shopping with us is that you recognise the superior quality of our pieces. And just as we want our furniture to be the best you can find, we want our promise to you to be equally superior. That’s why, while most furniture manufacturers only offer a 1 year warranty, we offer a 10 year warranty. Please go to our terms to read the full warranty policy.
Free 30-day returns
We offer free 30-day returns to customers in the 48 contiguous United States. We created this policy as part of our ongoing effort to provide a hassle-free shopping experience, enabling you to transform your living space into your own personal showroom, and try your favorite design in the comfort of your own home before making a long-term commitment. Please note that not all products are eligible for free returns. To see whether a product is eligible go to the product details section of the product page.
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The Finer Details
The moment you see a Grasshopper Floor Lamp is the moment you recognise it. Created by the Swedish designer Greta Grossman from her Los Angeles studio in post-war 1947, the Grasshopper Floor Lamp’s unique silhouette has graced
homes, offices, hotels and other spaces for 70 years. Of her many designs, the Grasshopper is considered amongst her most iconic. The angled, carbon-steel rods of the stand give the lamp its asymmetric and odd perspective. The tripod and feet provide both style and substance, giving the lamp stability while adding to the unusual profile. The conical head that keeps the lamp’s light sharply directed can be swiveled in any direction. This masterpiece of industrial is manufactured using powder-coated steel that will see the lamp last for many years. The Grasshopper Floor Lamp is available in a range of different shades, including a strikingly bright, fun orange.
This item is not manufactured by or affiliated with the original designer(s) and associated parties. We do not claim any rights on any third party trademarks.
- Product Dimensions: H49.2 in x W10.6 in x D16.9 in
- Product Weight: 11.7 lbs
- Material: Powder coated steel with brass lamp shade mounting
- SKU: 1403
- Base Material: Powder coated steel
- Cord Length: 6 ft white cord
- Bulb Base: E26
- Bulb Included: No
- Max. Bulb Watt: Single 60W incandescent bulb or equivalent LED
- Voltage: 110v or 230v or Low Voltage compatible
- Assembly Requirements: None required, it comes fully assembled. Click here for instructions
- Installation Details: An in-line switch to turn the lamp on and off is located in the cable that comes out from the back of the front leg of the lamp and connects to a wall outlet. An aftermarket in-line dimmer can be purchased if required.
- Instructions Included: Yes
- Certifications: UL Certified
- Packaging Dimensions: (13 lbs): 15.7 in x 14.2 in x 52 in
- No. of Cartons: 1
- Free Return Shipping: Yes
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Descended from Cabinet makers, it’s no surprise that Greta Magnusson-Grossman would go onto to have such an impact on interior design. A woodworking apprentice after leaving school, she went to study furniture design, winning several awards in the process. She started her own studio in Stockholm, before migrating with her British husband to the US during the Second World War.
Starting fresh, she and her husband opened a studio on Rodeo Drive that focused on furniture and lighting. Due to the location and their excellent designs, the Grossman’s clients soon counted Hollywood stars like Greta Garbo. Among the many creations she worked on in her LA studio, the Grasshopper Floor Lamp is counted as among her most well-known.
Like many of her peers, her interest in interior design became intertwined with architecture, and she designed over a dozen notable houses in her later career.