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Lampshades: For general purpose lighting it is better to choose a lamp with a lampshade that has some degree of transparency such as a fabric weave or glass that is light in color. A semi-transparent lampshade gives a room a softer look. On the other hand a lampshade that has little transparency will provide a stronger more concentrated light pattern which can create a dramatic effect. A lampshade that has a wider brim at the bottom will spread the light out toward the bottom which is good for a reading lamp.
Crystal Table Lamp. A crystal table lamp can be the centerpiece of not only your table but the whole room as well. There are so many designs that you can choose from - a modern design antique design or even the retro look. While not terribly popular yet some manufacturers also make battery powered table lamps to help save energy. I have done some extensive research at my favorite online retailer - Amazon.com - and picked out some of my favorite table lamps that I would like to show.
In the early 1900`s a large Tiffany Lamp cost around $100 with the smaller lamps costing around $40. The price of a beautiful Tiffany Lamp hasn`t changed much in the last hundred plus years if you take into account the rise of inflation. When you consider the cost of either style of lamp as they did a hundred years ago consider also their lasting timeless beauty. The years of enjoyment you will receive from a Tiffany Table Lamp or Tiffany Accent Lamp may be well worth the investment.
Location: The table lamp should not block a view in get in the way of conversation. If a lamp is on a table between a sofa and a chair consider a thin or transparent base so sight lines and conversation flow freely. Height: Most living rooms can handle a lamp that is 26 to 34 inches tall. The hardware should not be visible to someone sitting in a chair. The bottom of the shade should be about even with a person`s cheekbone when sitting on a chair and the light`s beam should fall on the page when reading.