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.
When selecting lamps for the living room, pick a fixtures that are good to look at whether the light is on or off. The lamps need to be placed where they will not obstruct the view. The height of most living room lamps is 26-34 inches tall. To determine the height without looking up, you may sit on a chair near the table where the lamp is and check if the shade bottom must not be higher than your eye level. Choose a sturdy-based lamp with adequate weight so it won't easily be knocked off with accidental bumps. Light sources in a room must be positioned 10 feet from one another.
During the process of searching for modern lamps, you may want to give some extra thought to energy efficient units. For example, there are dozens of lamps emerging that run on solar power. While these lamps are still fairly limited in design, you may soon see more appealing models emerging. As may be expected, if you are mechanically inclined, you can always take parts from a solar lamp, and then combine then with the body from a conventional lamp in order to get the best of both lamps.
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