By Violette Beaux. lamps. Published at Thursday, December 21st, 2017 - 02:18:04 AM.
One of the first things you will need to consider when purchasing a contemporary lamp is the room in which the lamp will be placed. Obviously, your choice for a child's playroom lamp will different from the lamp you choose for your modern living room, or your formal dining room. The decor of the rooms you use contemporary ones will in some ways limit your choice of the lamps you choose. A chrome and glass lamp will look out of place in a Victorian living or bedroom. So make sure that the lamp you choose fits the room in which it will be placed.
Antique furniture needs special care and attention and so do accessories like an Antique table lamp. Lamps add a lot of functional value and appeal to a room but we should understand that over time they collect dust, dirt and are prone to other maintenance related problems. This not only hampers the lamp's ability to provide adequate light but also steals the charm away from your home decor. No one would want to look at older used and dirty antique lamp. Therefore in order to keep your lights elegance and beauty intact you have to follow a strict maintenance routine. The routine can be twofold. One routine that is needed is weekly dusting of the lamp and another- polishing, which is followed quarterly or annually.
Select the right size. While there is nothing as too small for a room, selecting lamps that are too big for the room may just ruin the show. Make sure that the lamp is an appropriate size when placed in the room. A lamp that is too big can give the room a gory feel. Interior décor is a delicate balance and tipping it over even slightly may change the entire persona you expected to provide your room with.
When looking for accessories like home lamps, selecting the style of lamp is one of the first choices one needs to make. The most basic categories of styles include Modern, Traditional, Contemporary, and Transitional. Related to these styles are a myriad of other more specific styles such as Modern 60's Retro, Traditional Georgian, and Contemporary Coastal to mention only a few. Below is a brief overview of these basic styles.
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