By Leala Nanette. Lamp. Published at Sunday, June 24th, 2018 - 10:36:56 AM.
Now this crystal table lamp with a contemporary crystal-like shade is very unique and modern. It certainly is the complete opposite of the antique lamps we just looked at above! This lamp is has a chandelier style lighting from the 3 glass "lamp shades". It has a slim stem and a round base to give it plenty of support. It is made of acrylic and steel, and the manufacturer says it is easy to assemble. It uses normal 40-watt chandelier bulbs which you should be able to get at any hardware store. I am not sure exactly what kind of lighting this lamp provides, but it sure is one of the most unique, elegant, and contemporary table lamps available!
When choosing your lamp, you have to keep an eye out on the quality of your choice. If you are an experience antique collector, you can virtually buy your lamp from anywhere you like, so long as you are sure to check that your lamp is in good condition and that if you are going to place it in a room, make sure that the lamp will match the décor of its new home.
A crystal table lamp can be the centerpiece of not only your table but the whole room as well. There are so many designs that you can choose from - a modern design, antique design, or even the retro look. While not terribly popular yet, some manufacturers also make battery powered table lamps to help save energy. I have done some extensive research at my favorite online retailer - Amazon.com - and picked out some of my favorite table lamps that I would like to show.
You can change the bulbs; therefore, you shouldn't pay close attention to the look of the bulb in the lamp. You should put emphasis on the kind of bulb that you can use on the lamp. Of major importance, look at the number of watts that the lamp uses. Also confirm whether you can use LED or CFL bulbs. If you want a lamp for decorative purposes go for a lamp with a low wattage. If interested in a reading lamp go for one with a three way lighting feature. This feature allows you to easily control light intensity.
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