By Leala Nanette. Lamp. Published at Friday, June 22nd, 2018 - 09:27:28 AM.
Despite the implication of their name, however, antique art deco lamps are not antiques, or more than a hundred years old, yet. They can though be considered vintage, which means that they are older than fifty years, since the earliest antique lamps came out in the 1920s. However, they are already being sought out by antique collectors, mainly due to the thought that in a few years time they will already become antiques, thus boosting their value and potential profits made from reselling.
Go to the electric panel and turn off the circuit breakers in the area where you will be working. If you do not know which circuit breaker cuts off the electricity in the place where you will be working, throw them all off. Changing the lamp will take just a few minutes so you do not have to worry about your refrigerator or any other appliances that should be running. Go back into the room and try the switch, if the lamp does not go on, you are good to go with the job.
Of course, every improvement in energy efficiency helps. But for truly optimal savings, you must expand your thinking. Instead of focusing on improvements exclusively within the home, you should view your entire property as one energy-consuming unit. The lamp posts and lights in your garden, for example, are major electricity hogs that often get overlooked. Out-of-sight and out-of-mind, they're easy to forget - even by trained and licensed energy auditors. And yet, these very lights carry tremendous potential for long-term electricity bill reductions.
Another thing is that the beauty behind these lamps is not just their style but also their shade. They can be made from glass, wood or metal, but most lamps get their appeal from their multicolored or stylish shades that bring a warm, colorful appeal. The shape of the shade can also be the eye catcher, which can vary from a simple round to a more distinct, edgy form.
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