By Searlait Evonne. Lamp. Published at Sunday, June 24th, 2018 - 10:33:45 AM.
But despite the many styles and looks of these lamps, it remains that they are now being used as high quality decorations. Nowadays, the uses for antique art deco lamps are mainly decorative, and they are put in bedrooms and hallways to serve as such. They are also used in offices and other functional rooms for decorative pieces and less on the functionality side.
Antique art deco lamps are based on designs depicting different dated periods. Art Deco antique lamps for example are based on the refinement of the Rococo period that took place in Europe during the 18th century, using hand blown Italian glass, and pieces of them are often used as table lamps and floor lamps. More modern style Art deco lamps feature sleeker designs that have been the basis of the design of modern day buildings such as the Empire State building.
This lamp is classically designed and the glass stem will really fit into any contemporary or modern setting. And while you might think a Waterford crystal lamp is very expensive, you can actually get this beautiful crystal lamp for at discount at about $425.
How much of this $11.6 billion comes out of your pocket directly? A lot more than you probably realize. Obviously, you don't have the same lighting needs (or bills) of a small-scale city. But even if you have just 1 or 2 outdoor lamps on your property, you're still throwing away money month after month. And those prices are trending upwards as utilities continue raising their rates. In some cases, we're talking about hundreds of dollars a year in unnecessary charges to illuminate your home's garden at night. Imagine what you can do with the extra money! If you're okay with forking out that type of money year after year in external lighting costs, there's no reason to read on (from a financial viewpoint!). The system already works for you.
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