Published at Saturday, 03 March 2018. Modern Floor Lamp. By Orane Perreault.
For people who intend to get this type of lamp for their homes, I am here to share some important points about this product. Let's take a look at the materials first. You can find these lamps in a wide range of finishes, such as bamboo, wood, chrome, nickel, etc. Currently, the most popular finish in the market is chrome. Some lamps come with heavy bases. Some bases are made of marbles.
Antique floor lamps are rarely chosen for their light - they really are more aesthetic than functional. A vintage floor lamp pleases the eye and accentuates much of the furniture around it. Brass trim in a floor lamp's base can call attention to the brass handles of a nearby chest. The carved wood of a maple floor lamp adds to a room's warm tones and blends in with the rest of the dark wood furniture.
Overall, having an antique floor lamp has its own advantages, in the sense that it provides a touch of romance, class, and sophistication to any home. However, aside from it being very expensive, it does not provide adequate lighting and is primarily used for aesthetic purposes only, instead of functionality. So, in buying a floor lamp, ask yourself what you need it for. If you're not much concerned with lighting, and are more inclined towards having one for ornamental reasons, then you should go for an antique floor lamp. Just make sure you reinforce it with modern wiring so that it is safe to use.
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