Published at Friday, March 09th 2018. by Germaine Frappier in Floor Lamps.
Floor lamps come in an incredible number of styles nowadays including the contemporary, funky and traditional pieces. It will really just depend on your personal preference and your home's overall look. Many homeowners prefer tiffany style floor lamps but if you are more into retro then find one that suits your needs. Just make sure that the floor lamp you buy will be meeting all the necessary safety guidelines so not only will you enjoy the lamp but also be on the safe side.
Safety is also an important aspect. Inspect if the base of the lamp will be able to support itself and maintain the lamp's stability. This is especially important if there are pets and children inside the house.
First let us define antique floor lamp. Of course a floor lamp normally rests upon the floor as opposed to resting upon a table, the wall or the ceiling. The general definition of an antique means something from a bygone era. This places the term outside the legal arena and into common usage. "era" is general perceived and is defined as a long indefinite time period which also works out perfectly for this general definition.
Some features of antique lamps include brass finishes with intricate designs. The genuine pieces of these antique floor lamps may be a bit expensive so if you plan to buy one, you must save first. This type of floor lamp is often preferred because it creates a romantic effect with its soft but sensual light.
Full spectrum lighting. This allows the lamp's user to enjoy the full spectrum of light, including light that the naked human eye cannot detect, such as infrared light. In particular, this feature provides artists who use a variety of media, with a type of artificial sunlight to help reveal how certain hues will appear in sunlight.
More and more people are learning to appreciate the quality and styling of antique floor lamps especially as most of the ones being produced today are molded plastic and literally made to be thrown away. Most all floor lamp makers from the turn of the century made their lamps from heavy metals such as cast iron, brass, steel and cast zinc sometimes combined with marble, onyx, glass and stone.
This general definition works perfectly since any identification of an "antique floor lamp" is fairly useless without some time period designation normally in the form of circa 1905 which literally means "about the year 1905". So I will use the term antique floor lamp on this basis and often substitute it with the term vintage floor lamp. This discussion does not address modern reproductions of antique lamps which is another subject to itself.
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