Published at Thursday, January 18th, 2018 - 03:56:30 AM. . By Clarice Mancini.
Lighting is found nowadays in all manner of materials, such as different colored chrome, Perspex, brass, bronze and even glass and crystal. The final selection, of course, depends on the scheme chosen in that room and how the lamp is to compliment the design. Other choices that might often help to make a final selection is whether the lamp has a dimmer switch. Also, popular features include whether it lights up the floor or the ceiling above it; if it is adjustable in height; and whether the light itself can be angled and moved around easily.
The use of more than one lamp within a single space is a cost effective method of creating these lighting transitions in rooms that perform more than one function. Typically configured ceiling arrays will not operate independently from one another. In a modern uncluttered living space, it can be beneficial to make a feature out of the light source itself. A well designed floor lamp can add balance, and complement the existing furniture, as well as filling the room with an interesting style of illumination. Unless its main function is a centre piece it should be in proportion with the other furniture and in keeping with the overall styling of the room.
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