By Irene Burger. Lamp. Published at Tuesday, September 18th, 2018 - 00:55:24 AM.
How many times have you lied down on your bed intending to relax while watching a television show / film, or to read a new book / magazine, only to find out that your bedroom lamp was not adequately serving your lighting needs? If the answer is more than once, then it is probably time to go lamp shopping. With a vast variety of lamps to choose from, finding the perfect lamp is actually a matter of having the necessary time and energy to spend in an effort to locate it. Since lighting is very important to the function and look of a room, with the numerous lamp options available currently on the market, finding your next lamp can become a bit overwhelming-especially if you have to decide on what can cover your present lighting needs. It can in fact be a rather time-consuming attempt trying to select among a wall lamp, a candle lamp, a feng shui lamp, a floor lamp, an antler lamp, a contemporary lamp or an accent lamp. This is why it is important to follow some basic guidelines.
Buying desk or study lamps can be almost as personal as choosing a pair of glasses. This is because of all of the lamps that you could possibly purchase these lamps must be easy on your eyes. The type of study or desk lamp that is best for you is probably dependent on your reading and study habits and also how good your eyes are. For example a lot of the study lamps and desk lamps that are available on the market come with halogen bulbs in them. However halogen bulbs, which are the brightest bulbs you can buy are not the ideal type of light for everybody. For one thing halogen bulbs are so bright that they can cause contrast and glare to be a problem when you are studying print. This can be very tiring on the eyes and even cause you to see spots of green and red if the glare on the page has enough contrast. This is not good for your retinas over the long term and subjecting yourself to this type of eye strain could cut your study time in half. Also some people find that the halogen lamp has a subtle, barely discernible flicker that also strains the eyes.
Founded in 1970, the Wildwood Lamp Company provides unique and decorative lighting that mimics the styles of early European artistry as well as Asian influence. Wildwood lamps are much more than simple lighting solutions. They are pieces of artwork by themselves and can be much more than an accessory to a design scheme in your living room or bedroom. These pieces can actually be the starting point at which you base the rest of the designs. Many Wildwood lamps are of the brass variety and it is a style that Wildwood is particularly known for. A brass lamp can make a lovely accessory to your more traditionally dressed rooms. A study with bookshelves, a big leather chair and a large cherry wood or mahogany desk would welcome a brass Wildwood lamp. The antiqued finish of the brass fits in very well with other rooms decorated with mostly antiques. Whether it’s actually an antique or brand new, this particular style of Wildwood lamp complements most traditional design themes.
Right from the beginning of civilization, lamps and lights have played a significant role when it came to household affairs. With the advent of time, lamps have undergone a sea change in their designing patterns and use. Lamps have traveled a long way in beyond just their utility and contributed significantly in adorning the ambience of the room and reflecting individual taste of beauty and perception. Just as all the other decorative products, lamps have also represented the time and taste of the periods in which they were made. Thus, contemporary lamps also reflect the taste and trends of the present age and generations.
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