I love this lamo. It is cute, stylish and unbreakable. I thought I had to give up cool objects having a toddler in the house, but this object is the exception to the rule. Great buy!
By:Luca L. , Homeowner (New York)
This lamp is good for my weird needs. My cat broke three glass lamps in a row, because he likes to rub up against them. This one is made of silicone... it almost *bounces* when it hits the floor. Its physical flexibility adds some fun, and I quickly found the shape I like, and I don't expect to change it. It doesn't look as polished or crisp as other lamps in the price range, because the silicone, well, isn't glass or smooth plastic. Check the measurements carefully-- I was expecting it to be a little bigger.
By:Squidge , Homeowner (San Diego, CA)
This lamp serves as a great reading light and nightlight for a growing child. It has the flexibility to withstand minor bumps by kids (or dogs).
By:MRC , Homeowner (Nevada)
The Birzi Table Lamp provides unique style as a bedside table lamp. For reading and task lighting it's a perfect solution with a multitude of formations and ways to angle the light. The wattage is not extremely high, but provides enough for nighttime reading.
By:Annie M. , Homeowner (Truckee, CA)
I wanted to update the lighting in my living room and Ylighting is my favorite lighting source. I've searched everywhere for affordable yet interesting lighting and always wind up back here. This is one of the most interesting accent lamps I have seen and it lives up to its description. You really can shape it into different configurations. My 7 year old loves it! This is not a light to read by but it adds a nice amount a light to one area of my living room and is engaging to look at. I want another one!
By:Kristina K. , Homeowner (Albuquerque, NM)
I was looking for a small contemporary table lamp to place on top of an antique carved table in our entry foyer. I wanted something simple to play off the 'baroque' carved table; I also wanted a minimal light source to throw enough light on the lower run of the stair without lighting up the whole space and the second floor hall. I started with a 60 watt bulb as suggested, but it was overpowering; I went to a 40 watt G bulb and it was perfect. It casts a warm, soft light in the foyer, and the smaller bulb makes the form of the fixture more visible. I like the way the design and material choice allow the form to be manipulated. It's minimalist and whimsical, which is exactly what I was looking for.
By:Ralph M. , Architect (Milford, MA)
This lamp is cute! And it works well as accent light or night light for my kids' room, as it's basically unbreakable. You can also make it into other shapes and the kids love that! I got a white one, but I can see how fun it would be in a bright color.
By:Edward , Homeowner (San Francisco)