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Selena Table Lamps June 20th, 2018 - 00:03:44
Between antique style and modern style lamps how do you know which are the best table lamps for bedroom decoration? Well that all comes down to what personality you want for your bedroom and whether the lamp style you`ve chosen actually brings that out. If you find that too difficult then I`d advise you to ask professional interior decorators to help you choose the best table lamps for bedroom decoration.
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.
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!
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.