By Deniece Charbonnier. Lamp. Published at Thursday, March 01st, 2018 - 22:09:29 PM.
Most of the time, colors and art details on your furniture and decor are useless without proper lighting. Have you ever wondered why show rooms look so good, or why the bedroom designs at the mall always looked so good? It's because of proper room lighting. You can put two or more lamps in one room; play around with different lamps such as different standard lamps or artichoke lamps. They don't have to all look the same; sometimes a little variety can go a long way.
For table lamps, a lampshade should be two thirds the height of the base. For floor lamps, follow a four to one ratio. The widest part of the shade should be half an inch wider than the widest part of the base on each side. It should modestly cover the lamps' harp and bulb socket.
A lamp's maximum wattage is also important. Typically, a reading lamp should be 150 watts or more. Safety is also a prime concern. Ensure that the bottom edge of the shade hides the lamp's bulb socket when the lamp is seen a few feet away. This will reduce the potential for glare.
You should also take into account the style and design you prefer. If you want a more elegant look, opt for Tiffany table lamps that can create a classy appeal.
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