Most table lamps allow you to change shades with ease and while some might have a spider fitting others could sport a uno fitting or clip-on. DO check this out before you think about switching the lampshade.
The bulbs used in table lamps these days have come a long way from the old CFLs and LED lighting is the preferred choice as it cuts down the power bill as well. But not all table lamps support this switch between so check out the finer details (like maximum wattage) before you make the purchase.
From holes to seeds…the Porcelain Seedlamp from Etsy shop Lightexture combines a cylindrical form with voided traces of rice or barley and quinoa seeds embedded before the porcelain was fired. We’ve seen plenty of examples of glowing translucent porcelain in today’s post but here’s the tone of these pendants when not illuminated:
The table lamp that you choose not only needs to blend in with the style of the room but also must seamlessly add to the other layers of lighting that already exist. This could be recessed lights that set the general mood accent lighting which highlights specific architectural features or artwork or even functional lighting. For a more unique look try mixing two completely different table lamps with similar colors or geometric shapes to give the room visual symmetry with a fun twist!
We start off with the glitzy and glamorous . Available in two different sizes this is an absolute showstopper that combines wonderful diffused lighting with adequate task lighting.
Starting off by first buying the table lamp and then trying to fit it into the bedroom or living room is not really a good idea. While it can work if you are lucky often the lamp would end up being too short tall or bright for the room.