Lighting. Monday , February 06th , 2017 - 11:19:33 AM
Many people do not realize that there is a difference between a desk lamp and a table lamp. They are not actually the same thing, and there are differences that set the two apart. The purpose of lamps made for tables and those made for desks are not the same, and the designs of each reflect this difference in purpose. For this reason, using a table type lamp for lighting a desk, or a lamp made for tables on your writing desk, does not result in the best use of the lamp.
Choosing a sconce to highlight a picture on the wall of your living room or to illuminate your hallway can be styled very differently from the sconce you chose for your bedroom reading. The sconce that will be used as accent lighting should be tailored to the item it is illuminating. For example, if you are showcasing a picture on the wall, I would suggest a light that can be angled and directed specifically at the piece you are featuring. When illuminating your hallway, a more traditionally-styled wall sconce could be used. A sconce that does not direct the light into one particular direction, but illuminates an overall space instead.
Glass art lighting can be created by blown glass, cast glass, slumped glass, or etched glass. Stained glass has also been popular over the years because of the rainbow of colors that make it up. If you contract art lighting, make sure wiring conforms to UL electrical standard to avoid an electrical mishaps.
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