By Bettine Regnier. Lamp. Published at Saturday, July 07th, 2018 - 08:12:09 AM.
Every room in the house is distinct in terms of the functions they are made for. Aside from differing functions, each room in the house also differs in terms of lighting requirements. A room may need a different lighting specification than another room.
For the living room, choose a lamp shade made of fabric or slightly opaque paper to provide warm glow in the room. If to be placed near a television, an opaque shade can be chosen to reduce glare. For a modern look, drum shades may be used and if traditional look is preferred, conical shades are recommended. For reading purposes, the lamp's bulb must be at least 60 Watts; a dimmer or three0way bulb can be used for modulating the brightness.
The more ornate the lamp, the simpler the shade should be and vice versa. Pleated shades look more traditional while flat shades work with almost any decor. However, pleated shades are hard to keep dusted, so smooth shades are an optimum choice.
For those looking for something a little bit larger, and antique floor lamp might serve the purpose. Antique floor lamps are tall and slender. They are usually designed with special lamp shades of colored glass, frills, and brass stands. They can light up a corner, or the whole room. Antique floor lamps certainly command attention in whatever room they are in. They go best in living rooms, family rooms, dens, and hallways. It is nice to sit on an easy chair and read under an antique floor lamp.
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