Published at Monday, March 26th, 2018 - 14:16:20 PM. Lamps Design. By Berangaria Lefebvre.
If you’re going to use your lamp mainly for reading, you would want a fairly sheer lampshade that doesn’t trap light. A thin-fabric lampshade should do. As a general rule of thumb for reading and table lamps, you will want the lampshade to be just over half the height of the base. If the lamp is going to be set on the floor and let off more light, a lampshade that’s only one-fourth the base’s height would be better.
With their resurgence of popularity, it is very difficult to find an authentic Tiffany lamp. Some original Tiffany lamps have commanded prices in the millions of dollars for a single lamp.
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.
Tiffany lamps have been around for years; in fact, you can find many beautiful antique Tiffany lamps out there today from years gone by. However, today they have made a resurgence when it comes to decorating and today’s modern Tiffany lamps lighting are now more exclusive than ever before. Various styles and colors are available, making them a top choice for many home decorators. If you’re interested in how you can use this type of lighting, from modern floor lamps to Tiffany apple hanging lamps in your home, let’s take a closer look at these beautiful lamps, their history, and how they can be used today.
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