The main styles of lamps are contemporary, traditional, modern, and global. Consider the decor in the space the lamp will go, but there is no need to match perfectly. Blending styles is more popular now than matching is.
Antique Lamps can be found with various antique dealers and are sold in either 'restored' or 'as found' condition. The lamps are restored by polishing, burnishing or replacing some parts and not by interfering with their vintage value. Catalogs of the antique lamps in stores can be found online with the complete description and historical significance. Prices depend on the vintage value and rarity of the design and art- work on the lamp.
A variety of contemporary lamps are found online, where all the types of lamps and lighting fixtures are displayed. A detailed description including their pricing, material, finish, height and lamping instructions of bulb types and switch operation also accompany the image of the individual products. A unique code number serves as their identity, using which buyers can place online orders or enquire about the product. Prices may vary depending on the make and model of the lamps. Shipping charges are usually added to these price rates although some stores might charge additional shipping fees. However, it is important to compare and check the prices before buying from any of these sites. Online catalogs offered by most of the shopping websites can be very helpful in comparing the products and their price ranges. Buyers can also avail of the discount rates offered by the online stores from time to time.
If your room already contains furniture, rugs or other home decor, this may need to be considered when choosing a lamp. Often a contrast is great, (brown couches following a white with black trim lamp is great). Keep your lamp colours neutral compared to the room contents, unless you're looking to make a feature of the lamp itself.
For table lamps, a lampshade should be two thirds the height of the base. For floor lamps, follow a four to one ratio. The widest part of the shade should be half an inch wider than the widest part of the base on each side. It should modestly cover the lamps' harp and bulb socket.
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