john Floor Lamps May 14th, 2018 - 03:55:16
If you think yourself a minimalist when it comes to designing your home having an arch floor lamp will be a perfect decision to make. A lamp like usually have a sleek and simple design having only a very narrow neck and a wider base to support itself. The most strategic way of placing a lamp like these is to put it in the corner. Not only will it fill up an empty space it will also light up a room in the best manner. Should you want to be a little decorative while maintaining simplicity you can also for arch floor lamps that have several heads to hold several bulbs. It will also light up a room brightly and you can just unscrew a bulb if you want a dimmer lighting.
You must first decide whether you would like a real antique floor lamp or just one produced to look like an antique. Real antique lamps are very rare and can cost thousands of dollars. Usually these antiques have some sort of historical importance and were used by an important person. On the other hand manufactured lamps are much cheaper and easier to get than real antique lamps and still provide that element of class to your room. It is more a personal decision on how much you are willing to spend and would you be okay just to have a manufactured lamp and not a real antique,
Some floor lamps are fashioned with a specific art movement in mind such as colorful Art Deco pieces. Artists may also hand craft their samples and hand paint customized detailing on the outside of the shade to add characteristic touches for home and/or office use.
Floor lamps are sometimes used to represent or pay homage to regional pride as seen in Southwestern selections showcasing characteristic elements added to a lamp such as images of cacti and rattlesnakes. A New York City-themed floor lamp may showcase a silhouette of the Empire State Building. Cozy wilderness scenes of Colorado and other rustic locations may utilize the image of wild critters such as the grizzly bear or bald eagle.