lamps. Sunday , June 18th , 2017 - 10:20:40 AM
The 50s were considered the prime time of swag lamps, but they didn't get their top popularity until the 70s. Basically, there was almost no kitchen or house corner without one or more swag lamps hanging over. When plastic became part of all industrial manufacturing sectors, it is easy to understand why swag lamps were both easy to produce and maintain, and plastic was the major primary matter they have been made of ever since. The name of "swag lamps" comes from the hanging technique by means of two hooks with a "swag" in between. This model came to replace other popular kinds of lighting systems that were used in mid 20th century.
- Most floor lamps come as a combination of a separate lamp base and lamp shade. Choose your lamp shade very carefully, and if possible, try to look at it in daylight before buying it to see how good or bad it looks. Your floor lamp will act like any other show piece in your room during day time, so it is imperative that it looks good in daylight also while it is not in use. Needless to say, choose a lamp shade that complements the colors of your room.
But with swag lamps for bathroom use, you won't need more than two screws in the ceiling to have it installed. Swag lamps are very similar to pendant fixtures, but they rely on a long cord with a chain around it; installation is more than basic and home improvement stores usually sell complete kits that include even the self explanatory instructions that anyone can use without having any electrical knowledge at all. Regardless of the place you choose to install the lamp, it is good to keep it away from moisture, heat and steam; nevertheless, such general rules apply to all electric features not just to those of swag lamps.
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