Sunset lamps have been everywhere on TikTok recently, and it's easy to see why. These mesmeric lights create a calming sunset effect on your wall, perfect for a striking video backdrop or just relaxing sundown vibes even when skies are grey. Sunset lamps offer range of colours; deep red, cheerful yellow, luxurious gold, and even futuristic rainbow shades.

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What is a sunset lamp?

Sunset lamps are small tabletop light projectors that produce a range of colour washes on your wall. The most popular is a golden yellow shade akin to a tropical sunset, hence the name.

As sunset lamps (or sunset projectors as they're also called) are easily transportable, you can use them in any room in your home. Why not create a spa-like bathroom with one? Or tie one into the neon decor trend? You can use them outside too, they'd make a great Love Island-style backdrop for evening drinks or a BBQ on the terrace.

Plenty of sunset lamps are affordable, making them a great housewarming gift too, or simply as a treat for yourself.

Sunset lamps may help a little with seasonal affecive disorder too, but investing in a light therapy lamp, or a SAD lamp as they're also called, is recommended.

Which sunset lamp is best?

Wondering where's the best place to buy sunset lamps? We've done some digging to find out the best online stores for buying affordable sunset lamps. Read on for our pick of the best places to buy sunset lamps, and join the growing trend. And for more cosy lighting ideas, check out our pick of the most stylish battery-powered and rechargeable lamps on the market.

Best places to buy sunset lamps

Amazon sunset lamps

Eslas Sunset Lamp

Eslas Sunset Lamp, £15.99, Amazon

The Eslas Sunset Lamp features a high-power luminous core that projects a strong, bright light that you can set to twenty different modes. Choose the lighting to match your mood! We love the pink shade...

The light is powered via a USB cable and is fixed upon a strong non-slip base that can be rotated 360 degrees so you can shine a light quite literally anywhere in your room. A handy remote is also included.

Sunset Projection Lamp

Sunset Projection Lamp, £13.99, Amazon

For a cheaper option, try the LONGKIN Sunset Projection Lamp. It can be rotated 180 degrees and is also made of sturdy aluminium.

It emits a deep red glow at the centre, which shows up amazingly on camera - ideal as a background for Insta pics or TikTok videos. It's also calming, so would work well in a bedroom or living room.

Etsy sunset lamps

Sunset Projection Lamp

  • Buy now from Etsy (£26.69)
Sunset lamp lighting up a living room with a orange golden glow against a white corner sofa
Golden Hour sunset projection lamp, £26.69, Etsy

Illuminate your surroundings with this Golden Hour sunset projection lamp from Etsy, guaranteed to make your photos pop and your skin look flawless!

Made from high-quality iron, this sunset projector uses an energy-efficient, glare-free LED light which can be rotated 180 degrees. It's on the pricier end but has received rave reviews online.

Sunset LED Projector Lamp

  • Buy now from Etsy (from £23.99)
Multicoloured sunset lamp casting a purple light onto a wall
16 Color APP Remote Rainbow Sunset Projection Lamp, £23.99, Etsy

This highly-rated sunset lamp offers an amazing 16 light filters, including purple, sun, sunset, sunset glow and rainbow blue making it great for parties or cosy evenings in with a good book!

The adaptable frame can be set in a range of directions and its compact size can be easily tucked onto a shelf, or placed on a bedside table or dresser for a more intimate glow.

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In need of more decor inspo? Check out our guides to the neon aesthetic and japandi style, or take a look at our favourite dressing room ideas.

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Katie is a Staff Writer for HomeStyle magazine and YourHomeStyle.uk. She previously worked on Gardens Illustrated magazine and has written for various other lifestyle magazines and brands. She particularly enjoys writing about indie and eco homeware brands, interior styles through the ages, urban gardening, and decor hacks for small spaces. She is also responsible for HomeStyle's buyer's guides, so you'll often find her testing out the latest homeware gadgets and kitchen appliances.

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