If you are trying to add warmth and color to a room, colored and patterned lamp shades are perfect. Many people tend to gravitate towards white or cream colored shades where a colored lamp shade is more appropriate. The warmth is created by the way the shade can disburse the light. But not only is color an important aspect of the perfect lampshades, the shape of the shades is also critical. Having a lamp shade that is either too big or too small for the light fixture can look odd and out of place. It is important that you match shape of the shade with the shape of the floor lamp or table lamp. Don't try and use the same shape on all your lighting fixtures. Pick each one out individually and don't panic if you can't find exactly what you are looking for.
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.
On the other hand, low pressure sodium lamps are the types of lamps that are very efficient in converting electricity to light. Then again, the color they emit is not that good. Nonetheless, they are still preferred to be used on the streets. They are often seen as street lighting. Conversely, they may be used in carports or as outdoor lamps. Furthermore, metal halide discharge lamps are the types of lamps that have sintered alumna arc tubes or quartz with an outer glass envelope. The light output is from mercury as well as other metallic elements in the form of halides. These lamps are typically used in floodlighting, retail lighting, and commercial interiors.
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