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aaroon Floor Lamps June 19th, 2018 - 21:56:47
For many interior decorators and house designers lighting is one of the most important elements in dressing up a house if not the most important one. Not only will it provide ample brightness to the room so everyone can comfortably see it also sets the mood of the room whether you want it brightly lit for an exciting party or set the room in a dim glow for an intimate conversation with your closes friends. While table lamps are popular choices for an appropriate lighting why not go for a more unique alternative in an arch floor lamp?
Antique Lamps. There is a certain elegance and intrigue associated with displaying an antique floor lamp. In home design the mystery and unknown past of such an item is enough to spark the imagination as well as provide a delightful conversation topic when family and friends visit. Today there are manufacturers that strive to recreate this very look by emulating flowery ornamental approaches towards antique furniture which allows homeowners to match their lighting sources with other elements of their décor.
Floor lamps can be defined as self- supporting and lighting fixtures. These are most often used as reading lamps and also as auxiliary light sources in a particular office space or living rooms. All modern floor lamps make good use of a solid base that is usually for supporting the lamp. Another other shield or a lamp shade is also used to diffuse and distract the light that is produced by all the bulbs. There are also various or multiple settings for different levels of illumination. These types of lamps are often used in a conjunction with the overhead lights in order to provide additional illumination and also a visual interest for the purpose of reading.
Also an antique floor lamp is rarely chosen for the purpose of illuminating a room. It focuses more on aesthetics rather than function. In order to make your antique floor lamp more functional and a lot safer you can take it to an electrician for restoration. If you want to do this yourself all you have to do is replace the electrical workings with contemporary and more modern parts. You can convert a vintage floor lamp into a compressed fluorescent or halogen floor lamp. Through this method you can enjoy the elegance of antique design and at the same time the benefits of modern lighting.