Published at Sunday, September 16th, 2018 - 22:11:28 PM. Lamp. By Astrid Wallmann.
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.
Contemporary lamps come in various types such as table lamps, desk lamps, floor lamps, shaded, and chandeliers. Also available are ceiling lamps, hanging lamps, pendant lamps, and wall sconces. Contemporary lamps are distinguished by their sleek designs and colorful appearance. They are made of various materials with varied finishes including steel, brass, and wrought iron. The look of these lamps typically conveys the current fashion and style, not occupying much space and yet lending a simple and trendy appeal. They come in attractive colors, designs, and textures with distinctive ornamentation and colorful embroidery.
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