Published at Monday, March 26th, 2018 - 14:14:23 PM. Lamps Design. By Capucina Fournier.
If you know that your lamp is setting on a table or desk that isn’t going to get jostled in the near future, then you could safely go with a more decorative or lighter weight lamp. Also, the ratio of the lamp’s size to the furnishing’s size does matter. Make sure that the furnishing on which the lamp is going to sit doesn’t detract from the lamp itself.
Lamps are commonly utilized for enhancing the aesthetic appeal of a room. You should first consider the room for which you need lamps. Try to opt for lamps that match well with the color theme and the furnishings of the room. Determine the light strength that you require while choosing lamps. Decide whether you need it for functional lighting or just for simple accent lighting. According to your purpose, you can select either table lamps, or desk lamps or other varieties. This is not all, as you should also notice the material of the lamp you are buying. You can choose from among material options like glass, crystal, metal or wood.
Wisteria Designs - The Wisteria design is one of Tiffany’s most popular designs. This design became quite popular because the finished lamp actually looks like a Wisteria tree. The lamp fixture resembles the trunk while the lamp shade looks like the blossoming limbs. Detail of branches and limbs hanging down were added to add great detail to the shade. The use of vibrant color and irregular edges draw a second or third look to see if it is indeed a lamp shade.
Louis Comfort Tiffany was the son of Charles Lewis Tiffany, of Tiffany and Co. the jewelry store and fine merchandise. Instead of following in his father’s footsteps, Louis sought a different career in various arts. In the 1880s Tiffany began to design the first of the Tiffany Lamps. The first of the Tiffany Lamps were very geometric, using basic shapes such as squares, triangles and circles in their mosaic designs.
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