If you are a frequent reader of The Potted Boxwood, then you are most likely familiar with the name of one of my favorite lamp makers, Christopher Spitzmiller. While there are many things I have to research when I post a picture, I never have to look twice once spotting a Spitzmiller lamp in a room. They are distinctive, stunning, and have the phenomenal effect of tying a room together. They can be a fresh pop of color or seamlessly blend with the setting. Either way, the beautifully handmade ceramic lamps are made with painstaking detail and pride-worthy craftsmanship.
There is a reason why top interior designers incorporate them in their rooms, why magazines always note his work, and why they are consistently timeless in their worth and appeal. They may not be in an everyday budget, but they will last a lifetime. For more info on Christopher Spitzmiller lamps, visit his website.
Here are just a handful of photos with his gorgeous lamps. I promise, you will begin to notice his work (if you don’t already)!
Christopher Spitzmiller in his studio featured in the Wall Street Journal.
A phenomenal and fabulously chic office with pink Spitzmiller lamps in this Connecticut home by Ashley Whittaker. Photo source: House Beautiful
A hallway with a splash of modern and classic lines and beautiful blue Spitzmiller lamps by Tobi Fairley (also source).
A stunning gold wall allows the Spitzmiller lamp to shine in this townhouse designed by Miles Redd. Redd is a huge fan of incorporating Spitzmiller’s lamps into his homes. Photo source: House Beautiful
A soft and dynamite bedside table with an incredible muted pink Spitzmiller lamp in this room by Joe Nye (passed away last year). Photo source: House Beautiful
Again, Miles Redd adds an unexpected pop of yellow with Spitzmiller’s lamps in this bedroom featured in Veranda (one of my ALL TIME personal favorites).
Simple and effective. Spitzmiller’s ceramic lamps make a statement in any setting. I love the gold base against the white. Photo source: Elle Decor
Mark D. Sikes designed this window for Hollyhock with remarkable blue and white Spitzmiller lamps. Photo source: Quintessence
Another splash of pink with Christopher Spitzmiller magic via Pinterest.
A green wall, a blue lamp, and a black table. This color palette would be my ideal combination to see daily. So collected and fresh! Photo source: House Beautiful
Suzanne Kasler and William T. Baker use Spitzmiller lamps in this sophisticated Atlanta bedroom. Photo source: Architectural Digest
How can you not be attracted to red lamps in this photo (and I am NOT a red person)!? Amanda Nisbet knows her color, and Spitzmiller lamps are a perfect incorporation. Photo source: House Beautiful
Last but not least, Domino features the office of Lucky Magazine’s editor in chief Eva Chen (if you don’t follow her on instagram– start!). How chic is her black Spitzmiller lamp. A sharp contrast in her light and playful office space.