aaroon Floor Lamps July 20th, 2018 - 10:36:42
An antique floor lamp is a conversational piece in its own right. Having one at home is sure to entice your houseguests into an animated discussion about its intricate design history and romantic elegance. Its brass finish stained-glass lampshades and intricate designs are enough to lure anyone into delightful conversation.
Floor lamps are also known to serve as a work of art as some artists fashion one-of-a-kind pieces that sometimes depict odd creative or unusual displays. Some of the unique possibilities of artsy floor lamps include planetary designs sculpted wooden figures wild animals and abstract images. Artistic floor lamps may also use unusual objects to construct the base of the lamp such as animal antlers petrified wood branches or heat-treated metal. They may rise in the air like an ivory torch or bring the look and feel of fantasy with fairies decorating their base.
Lamps can be used in any room in your home and can serve a variety of functions. Contemporary lamps can add both functionality and beauty to any room in your home while enhancing your decor and your own sense of style. However there are some things you need to consider when shopping for one or more.
First let us define antique floor lamp. Of course a floor lamp normally rests upon the floor as opposed to resting upon a table the wall or the ceiling. The general definition of an antique means something from a bygone era. This places the term outside the legal arena and into common usage. "era" is general perceived and is defined as a long indefinite time period which also works out perfectly for this general definition. This general definition works perfectly since any identification of an "antique floor lamp" is fairly useless without some time period designation normally in the form of circa 1905 which literally means "about the year 1905". So I will use the term antique floor lamp on this basis and often substitute it with the term vintage floor lamp. This discussion does not address modern reproductions of antique lamps which is another subject to itself.