Published at Wednesday, September 04th 2019, 19:16:05 PM by Evelyn Middleton. Lamp. Lamps have been an integral part of households from the beginning. Over the course of time, the use of lamps have not just been limited to lighting up the interiors of the house but also have a significant contribution in enhancing the décor of the rooms. Lamps have been one of the most important focal points in arresting the attention of the guests, by their intricate designs and patterns. The lighting materials have also evolved with time, from candles to gas and now electricity. However, there have always been certain unique features attached with every period, reflecting the typical life style of people and the use of lamps. Antique lamps are those, which have gone through the test of time and remind us of the bygone days. These lamps are highly valued and in demand for their vintage appeal.
Published at Wednesday, February 12th 2020, 05:42:43 AM. Lamp By Mckenna Gill. If you know that your lamp is setting on a table or desk that isn't going to get jostled in the near future, then you could safely go with a more decorative or lighter weight lamp. Also, the ratio of the lamp's size to the furnishing's size does matter. Make sure that the furnishing on which the lamp is going to sit doesn't detract from the lamp itself.
Published at Wednesday, February 12th 2020, 05:40:46 AM. Lamp By Tegan Zimmerman. For instance, as a general rule of thumb it's better to have bulky lamps in areas that receive high-traffic or have kids and pets running around. This is because the heavier the lamp the less prone it is to topple over and smash into a million pieces.
Published at Wednesday, February 12th 2020, 05:36:50 AM. Lamp By Alivia Sampson. Country lamps are usually simple but the designs are fabulous. It mainly contains warm colors and sometimes fixtures added in a graceful manner. These lamps are easily coordinated with surrounding furniture and the feature that unifies it from other lamps is its capability to extract relaxing hues and reducing glare.
Published at Tuesday, February 11th 2020, 05:10:39 AM. Lamp By Adelina Morin. Living room: This is the area that you and your guests will be spending most of your time. As rule of thumb, ensure that the lamps you install compliment the look of the room. There are many types of lamps that you can go with: floor, table, and accent lighting. You should use floor lamps as the main sources of ambient lighting and table lamps for filler light. If you have photos or art pieces that you would like to be seen at night you should use accent lighting.
Published at Tuesday, February 11th 2020, 05:06:24 AM. Lamp By Erika Barnes. Bedroom lamps: If you don't have overhead lights in your bedroom, use floor lamps. It's also wise that you install bedside lamps. In addition to complimenting the look of the house, also ensure that they are smaller than those in the living room. To avoid the asymmetrical look ensure that the table lamp doesn't overwhelm the nightstand that you place it on.
Published at Tuesday, February 11th 2020, 05:05:11 AM. Lamp By Evelyn Middleton. Also I do love the relaxed atmosphere our bedside table lamps bring to the room where like everyone else I spend hours every night. Once again it's the ambient light that gets me! When I'm heading to bed after a long day I don't need bright lights glaring at me. I need rest, peace and calm. A well designed bedside lamp gives me that.
Published at Tuesday, February 11th 2020, 05:05:05 AM. Lamp By Felicity Gutierrez. Another thing I love about lamps is the ambience they naturally produce with their soft, indirect light. I find it relaxing, especially in my study. I spend a far degree of my working life in my study which often includes early mornings and late nights. I find the ambient light of my stylish floor lamp much preferable to the bright ceiling light that seems to overpower me with its direct and piercing brightness.