lamps. Tuesday , January 24th , 2017 - 19:20:44 PM
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.
If you don't have a metal frame to make your mica lamp shades, don't worry there is another option, though it may require a little more work! Take 4 or 6 coat hangers. Bend one of those hangers into the shape of a circle. Use a mug or a round container to get the desired shape. Do the same with another hanger and make it larger so that it can be the lower rim. Take 3 or 4 hanger pieces cut to the same measurement and connect both rims with them leaving equal spaces between them. Now comes the slightly harder part.
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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