Selena Table Lamps May 21st, 2018 - 05:32:40
Choosing the Right Table Lamp. One part lighting and one part sculpture the table lamp is an important design element in any room. Table lamps can affect the entire tone of a room from bright and cheery to dimly-lit and mysterious. Lighting can change the entire ambiance of a room. Following are a few tips to think about when choosing a table lamp for your home or office. Style: Identify the existing style of the room and determine your style objectives. Keep in mind that there is no one "right" table lamp - it is really a matter of what style or mood you want to express - but some choices are certainly better than others.
Now this crystal table lamp with a contemporary crystal-like shade is very unique and modern. It certainly is the complete opposite of the antique lamps we just looked at above! This lamp is has a chandelier style lighting from the 3 glass "lamp shades". It has a slim stem and a round base to give it plenty of support. It is made of acrylic and steel and the manufacturer says it is easy to assemble. It uses normal 40-watt chandelier bulbs which you should be able to get at any hardware store. I am not sure exactly what kind of lighting this lamp provides but it sure is one of the most unique elegant and contemporary table lamps available!
Making The Right Decision. There are many lamps of every style that will perform whatever function you need them to perform. Often when decorating you will feel an impulse to buy an item that you think would look perfect. However you will live with your purchase for many years. Take your time in selecting a good lamp. Consider who will it on a daily basis. If your family will see it get their input. Know what you need the lamp to do for you. Know where you plan to use it. Consider the materials out of which the lamp is constructed.
Tiffany Accent Table Lamps - The Perfect Bedroom Lighting. For the last hundred plus years people have been falling in love with Tiffany Table Lamps and Tiffany Accent Lamps. In fact since the first leaded glass shades started being produced by the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company somewhere around 1898 they have been collected cherished and displayed in many various room settings along with other Tiffany Glass products and collectibles.