Petra Bullock Table Lamp September 14th, 2018 - 03:37:01
Lighting can have an enormous effect on mood, as has now been proved scientifically with the emergence of SAD (seasonal affective disorder) as a major mood disorder linked to low winter light levels. With that in mind, it makes good sense to ensure that light levels in your home are adequate and responsive to various situations. Whether your taste runs to modern, traditional, or a happy mixture of both, table lamps will help you to control light levels in your home easily and with style.
Sculptural Qualities: In determining the lamp's sculptural qualities such as size, bulk, and color, the location and visual function of the lamp needs to be considered. Also, the table lamp should look good whether it is turned on or off.
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 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.
Next you need to note the height of the lamp. You don't want it to be so short that it isn't able to appropriately light the area. At the same time, you don't want to have the light so tall that the bulb blinds those sitting near it every time they look towards it. A general rule of thumb is to measure where your ear level would be when sitting or standing by the lamp (whichever would be appropriate). That is the right height for the lamp.