Published at Monday, 26 February 2018. Modern Floor Lamp. By Delit Cressac.
Many of these so-called antique lamps have a gilded base and ornate cloth or stained-glass lampshades. Sometimes, the word "antique" is used simply to describe a hue in the finish. Antique brass is a popular finish in floor lamps. In truth, these are simply reproduction lamps. True antique floor lamps are much harder to find and are substantially more expensive, depending on their history and design. In fact, some French antique lamps sell at auctions for thousands of dollars.
There are many varieties of such lamps available in the market and the usual are the Tiffany lamp range, Victorian and vintage plus a whole range of arched and conventional modern designed floor lamps. These floor lamps have the ability to establish themselves as intriguing and beauteous accent light -throwing gadgets as well as can also act as standalone decorative items to give creative expression to a certain vicinity. Before you go and get these lamps, there are some factors that one must keep in mind to make their floor lamp shopping experience truly rewarding and worthwhile.
A few common features of antique lamps include the stained-glass lampshade, brass finishes, and intricate designs. When one is interested in truly decorating their home with antique floor lamps, genuine specimens may cost quite a bit, such as French antique lamps carrying a price tag of more than thousands of dollars. Usually, an antique or antique-styled floor lamp is selected because of its look and fit within a setting, rather than bringing light into the room.
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