Selena Table Lamps May 14th, 2018 - 12:56:48
Table lamps are the most common type of lamps and because there are so many options you should easily be able to find the perfect ones for you and your home. Professional decorators and homeowners agree that with the right lighting especially table lamps a room can be transformed and made truly comfortable and beautiful.
There is not really a discount on this cordless lamp but it is still unique enough to be worth its $199 price. Now there are different types and styles of table lamps that you can choose from. For example Tiffany lamps differ from other lamps by the type of shade it has. You can even break Tiffany lamps into further styles - Victorian and Mission. Mica table lamps also are becoming more popular with the fascinating way they give off light. Wrought iron lamps with their various designs and distinct looks are another choice.
Basic Tiffany Lamp Sizes and Dimensions. Tiffany Accent Lamps - 9" to 21" in height with a shade size that ranges from 9" to 14". These lamps can take 1 to 2 bulbs with a range from 40 watts to 100 watts. Depending on your setting a 40 watt bulb could work just fine. Tiffany Table Lamps - 18" to 36" in height with a shade size that ranges from 14" to 24". These lamps can take 1 to 3 bulbs with a range from 40 watts to 100 watts. Depending on your lighting needs 60 watt bulbs should work well.
Second ask yourself where you plan to use the lamp. If you plan to light a big room with an undecorated wall a small lamp may feel unnecessarily tiny. A tall lamp may be more appropriate. Of course if you would like to place a lamp on top of a bookcase in your study a small lamp may work perfectly. Third ask yourself if you can live with a particular lamp style over time. Some lamps are distinctive and may look interesting in a store. However oddly-shaped or with protruding angles some lamps` unique style can quickly wear out their welcome. Remember you will see it every day. If you grow tired of looking at it the lamp is likely not doing its job. Take the time to consider how you will feel about your lamp 5 years from now.