By Ambra Gaudin. Lamp. Published at Saturday, March 03rd, 2018 - 11:14:06 AM.
There are many more types, sizes and styles of antique lamps, including antique crystal lamps, antique bridge lamps, and antique oil lamps. Each type has its own special features. It is all up to you how much you would like to spend on your antique lamp. Determine your budget, think about where you will put the lamp, and consider what you will use the lamp for. Once you have a good idea about these things, you can go ahead an shop for your very own antique lamp.
Antique kerosene lamps are wonderful for decorating your kitchen, especially if you have a country style design. You can put them on your desk or hang one up in the bathroom. They are great for the front porch or to light up the back yard as well. The flicker of a flame adds to the beauty of an antique kerosene lamp, which makes it an excellent choice. These days, this type of lamp is primarily used for camping trips, and you can certainly use it for that. It is nice to add it to your home, however.
For a floor lamp, make sure to measure the height of the space it will go in to and the maximum circumference the lamp can extend without interfering with other furniture or people. The circumference will be most useful when looking at the lamp shade. It also has to be near an outlet.
For table lamps, people need to measure the table height and circumference. The lamp should not be more than one and a half times the height of the furnishing it sits on and the lampshade should not overlap the table. Consider the weight of the lamp. Lighter is better for less-travelled spots while heavier and stable is better for high traffic areas and small children.
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