Sylvia Cruz Table Lamp September 14th, 2018 - 03:54:46
While attractive table lamps are nice, if they don't do the job you want them to in your home, you are likely going to give them the boot out to the garage or some corner of a room that you don't care about. Think about that. That means you spent money on something that wasn't really what you wanted. It would have been better if you had made an educated lighting decision to start with, and not had to deal with this disappointment. When searching for the right table lamps, here are some things to keep in mind:
o Think hard before purchasing. Unique and distinct lamps might look very good in the shop, but when you bring it home, the weirdness might make it unwelcome. Remember that the lamp will be something you will use daily for many days to come. Choose something which appeals to you, something that will look interesting without going too over the top.
o Also look over the building material of the lamp. Certain stuff lasts longer than others. Moreover, certain material might look different in the shop light than in your home or office.
The range of contemporary table lamps is absolutely mind-boggling. They come in all forms and vary from tall to short, from a softer glow to harsher light. Because the range is big, there is a great amount of malleability in your choice. The choice would, obviously depend on many factors including the place the lamp would be used, the nature of the user, the mood you would like to create etc.
Wattage: If there are other light sources in the room, a 60 watt bulb may provide enough light for a living room. However, if only using one or two lamps to light up an entire room, it may be best to invest in a 100 to 150 watt bulb or a 3-way bulb. This also gives sufficient light for reading. A reading lamp should offer 150 or more watts. In general, rooms should have a light source every 10 feet or so.