Published at Friday, September 14th, 2018 - 05:25:45 AM. Lamp. By Hella Leupold.
Yet another problem with study lamps that have the halogen bulbs is that the light is very concentrated and is only really good for shining on one page of a book and not necessarily the contents of your entire desk. However proponents of the halogen lamp say that having a lamp like this helps you focus on studying and helps to visually black out other distractions. If you find that the glare of halogen bulbs is hard on your eyes then there are thousands of study and desk lamps on the market that take ordinary incandescent bulbs, or energy saving bulbs. If you like a really bright light when you study but don’t like halogen bulbs, you can also try using a full spectrum light bulb in your desk or study lamp. That way you get the brightness of daylight without the headaches that can be caused by halogen light.
Finally, the height of your shade should equal the height of your lamp from the base to the socket. Even if you decide not to follow this general rule, make sure the final result looks proportionately right. Be sure to choose a lamp style that is complementary to your room and to follow its theme. Your lamp’s or its shade’s color has to match the rest of the room’s furniture, fabrics and accessories. Carefully select your lamp’s colors as these will be exposed at all times.
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