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For instance as a general rule of thumb it’s better to have bulky lamps in areas that receive high-traffic or have kids and pets running around. This is because the heavier the lamp the less prone it is to topple over and smash into a million pieces.
Things not to overlook - Prior to buying a lamp whether it is desk lamps or table lamps you should think about the functionality of the lamps. In most of the cases people overlook or ignore the usage of energy while selecting lamps for their home. If you buy lamps with high wattage then you will have to bear the burden on huge electricity bills. Nowadays you can also find lamps that come with an adjustable wattage. Some of the other points that you should bear in mind is that oversized shades can provide diffused and a wider glow whereas swing arm lamps are suitable for reading. Keep an eye on the price tag as well.
Looking for the perfect table lamps for your bedroom living room or even the family room? Well once again you’ll find that Tiffany lamps lighting is a great answer to your décor and lighting needs. Whether you are looking for mission table lamps or something a bit more elegant you can find beautiful Tiffany table lamps that will go along with your décor no matter what it is.
What is a Tiffany Lamp? In its simplest explanation a Tiffany lamp is known best for its glass lamp shade of many colors and designs. Although Tiffany table and floor lamp bases sometimes have its own intricate designs it is best known by the glass shades that adorn the light.
If you know that your lamp is setting on a table or desk that isn’t going to get jostled in the near future then you could safely go with a more decorative or lighter weight lamp. Also the ratio of the lamp’s size to the furnishing’s size does matter. Make sure that the furnishing on which the lamp is going to sit doesn’t detract from the lamp itself.
The Tiffany lamp name comes from its inventor Louis Comfort Tiffany who produced Tiffany lamps from the late 1880’s until 1930.