lamps. Monday , January 30th , 2017 - 03:20:32 AM
Let's say your post lamp is located near the sidewalk and the walkway to your front door. It provides a welcoming glow to the entrance of your home. It makes your home safer by lighting the sidewalk and steps. Some folks leave it on all the time; others use a light sensing switch to automatically turn it on and off. Suppose you are working late and don't want to come home to a dark house. You want to check the on/off status of your post lamp; and if it is off for some reason, switch it on.
Even if you love it, if it does not go with the current theme of your room then it will look completely out of place. This is why you need to be careful when selecting a replacement lamp shade so take your time looking through all of your different options in order to get the best you possibly can for your time and money.
- 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.
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