By Tallis Simon. Table Lamps. Published at Tuesday, January 16th, 2018 - 16:07:54 PM.
Second, ask yourself where you plan to use the lamp. If you plan to light a big room with an undecorated wall, a small lamp may feel unnecessarily tiny. A tall lamp may be more appropriate. Of course, if you would like to place a lamp on top of a bookcase in your study, a small lamp may work perfectly.
Color: The color or material of the lamp can also affect a table lamps dominance in a room. When there is greater contrast in the color of the lamp to the color of the walls or room setting, the lamp will be a stronger design element.
Size: Typically, short or narrow lamps are more appropriate on smaller tables and bulkier and taller lamps are better suited on larger tables or surfaces. A lamp located on a buffet table and other narrow surface should typically be more narrow or shorter. On a petite nesting table or a narrow console, a tall and narrow candlestick lamp may be the best choice.
First, ask yourself if you are only person that will be using the lamp on a daily basis and if you will use it often. A lamp must be functional as well as aesthetically pleasing. If you plan to do a lot of reading at a table in your home office, you may need a stronger light from a short lamp. Alternatively, if you want to create a warm mood in your living room, a softer light from a tall lamp will be more effective. Further, your office may need a lamp that is short, casts a lot of light and doesnt attract unnecessary attention to itself.
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