However when you use unusual materials you will also create different types, sometimes unusual also, of lamp shades, this is particularly true if you choose to possess unique lamps. For example, wall-mounted sconces might be shaded with a punched tin rectangle that will create dazzling designs of light on the reverse wall. Library table lamps, on the other hand, could truly use classical green lamp shades, whilst delicate, handmade lamp shades may cover small, metal lumps.
A lamp for the dining room can be from 20 to 36 inches in height. Choose a lamp that is just the right height so it would not shine straightly on the diner's eyes. Place a lamp with slim base in the dining room so it will take only less space and leave enough room for food platters, tableware stacks and other stuffs. To provide a romantic glow in the room, you can use a lamp with metallic gold or nickel interior and opaque shade. Bulbs to be used in dining rooms are below 60 Watts; bulbs with silver tips can effectively reduce glare.
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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