Maiolaine Giraud Lamps Design December 24, 2017 19:52:54
Today you’ll find that there are many different types of stained glass lamps including certain mission table lamps unique wall sconces lamps and more. However you’ll find that none of them can come close to the beauty of the lovely modern Tiffany lamps. In fact these lamps have become extremely popular today in use for modern décor and it’s definitely easy to see why. You’ll find that the Tiffany lamps come in so many different colors and styles that they can look beautiful with almost any style of décor. They are used for decorating in many venues as well from beautiful homes to restaurants to even some of the most prestigious buildings around the world. So for those who want a beautiful and special look to add to their décor Tiffany lamps definitely add a unique beauty.
There are a variety of beautiful styles and colors to choose from as well when you are trying to decorate with Tiffany lamps lighting. Some of these lamps are designed to reflect unique designs on the walls of your home while there are others that have very unique bases that add to your stylish décor such as flower stem looks or even bases that look like the neck of a beautiful swam. Some of the colors that you can find include gold greens violet various shades of red plum merlot and many more. Often some of the lamp bases have beautiful wrought iron accents while others have a bronze finish that compliments the unique colors that are used.
Among modern lamp styles materials like embossed porcelain or crystal can lend a fancy look to your space whereas having a lamp with a wood or polished metal base can add charm and texture to virtually any room. You will want to ensure that the texture and color of your lamp’s base doesn’t jar with the furnishing on which it’s resting.
To avoid buyer’s remorse you’ll want to measure the square footage of the room before heading off to the store to make your purchase. You’ll also want to consider where you’ll be placing the lamp and the dimensions of any surfaces the lamp will be resting on.
The demand for Tiffany lamps deteriorated in the late 1920s and the company shut its doors in 1930. Louis Comfort Tiffany died in 1933.
The Tiffany lamp name comes from its inventor Louis Comfort Tiffany who produced Tiffany lamps from the late 1880’s until 1930.