Or, alternatively, on the desk I have yet to buy. It is in my storage locker for now, and every now and again, I look around my condo and try to figure out a place it could go in the meantime, but there really is no spot for it no matter how hard I try. Crazy, right? Buying a lamp I cannot use. But I will, and soon. Either that, or one of my friends is going to get a really nice hostess gift at their cottage this summer! Hopefully before the twiggy trend goes by way of the coral trend. OK, so the coral can still work in certain applications - surely in your Hampton's house or your Caribbean villa, but in Toronto, it's a bit of a stretch. I would allow a nice chunk on a book shelf, or one piece of wall art, but PLEASE, stop at one. Don't repeat. Even though repetition is something we use in design, that is not what we are talking about.
Same for the twiggy thing. One hit. Not twigs and branches everywhere. There are some great twiggy lighting ideas on this website - take a look. www.instyle-decor.com. One wall sconce in particular. Love this one below.
You could do a pair of these depending on the wall size and what you were flanking, but again, exercise caution. Two could be overkill here.
As for my lamp, it will remain rooted in my building basement for now, perhaps it will be ready for its debut, its leafing out, so to speak in the spring or summer when the proper home is found.
Perhaps a reclaimed wood console table base with a nice glass top.....I will be hunting.
If anyone sees one on sale, let me know!