Lamps have been an integral part of households from the beginning. Over the course of time, the use of lamps have not just been limited to lighting up the interiors of the house but also have a significant contribution in enhancing the décor of the rooms. Lamps have been one of the most important focal points in arresting the attention of the guests, by their intricate designs and patterns. The lighting materials have also evolved with time, from candles to gas and now electricity. However, there have always been certain unique features attached with every period, reflecting the typical life style of people and the use of lamps. Antique lamps are those, which have gone through the test of time and remind us of the bygone days. These lamps are highly valued and in demand for their vintage appeal.
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.
The job of a lampshade is to complement the lamp. Rounder lamps require rounded shapes, such as drum, oval, empire, coolie, and bell. For squarer bases, shades need to be more angular, such as square, rectangular, hexagon, and pagoda.
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