Maiolaine Giraud Lamps Design March 26, 2018 14:09:32
With their resurgence of popularity it is very difficult to find an authentic Tiffany lamp. Some original Tiffany lamps have commanded prices in the millions of dollars for a single lamp.
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.
You will also find that modern floor lamps come in Tiffany styles as well. If you are looking for a great lamp for a small space where you need some light then this is a wonderful choice. They are great for adding a nice touch beside chairs or settees where you like to sit down and read. If you enjoy reading in bed they make wonderful bedside lamps too so you can easily read in the evenings. These types of lamps are great for reading since the light that they give off is soft and great for your eyes.
Tiffany Lamp Designs - With the growing popularity of Tiffany lamps today it has become very simple to find your desired style and design of Tiffany style lamp. Tiffany lamps come in almost all style. From table lamps floor lamps hanging lamps sconces and pendants there are so many styles to choose from. Let’s explore some of the major designs of Tiffany Lamps.
Flowered Dome Designs - The flowered domes include many different colors in the shade. The domes are rounded draping domes unlike the typical cone shape of a typical shade. Designs include the Dragonfly Daffodil Peony Bamboo Oriental poppy Apple Blossom Poinsettia and so many more.
The Tiffany lamp name comes from its inventor Louis Comfort Tiffany who produced Tiffany lamps from the late 1880’s until 1930.