As we all know, home decoration is inseparable from lamps. Placing good-looking lamps can enhance the comfort and atmosphere of the room. Good-looking lamps may arouse your desire to buy. However, we should avoid blind consumption. The selected lamps should be as consistent as possible with the decoration style of the home.
1. Ceiling Lamp
Most people will install one or two ceiling lights in their homes. If you plan to install a ceiling lamp in the living room, try to choose a brighter lamp. If your room is large or lacking in natural light, a single ceiling fixture may not be enough. Please consider using multiple overhead lights.
2. Table Lamp
Table lamps can be regarded as relatively common lamps at home. Table lamps are designed to sit on top of other pieces of furniture, including end tables, dressers, vanities and shelves. A table lamp’s purpose is usually more defined than that of a floor lamp. The type of table lamp will usually determine its best location in your home.
3. Corner Lamp
The corner lamp is very popular recently. Many people are keen to buy all kinds of corner lights. A lonely armchair instantly becomes a cozy reading nook when you add a corner floor lamp.
4. Curve Floor Lamp
If you don't have a ceiling fixture, consider a floor lamp that curves over the space. The piece will add light from above without the need to call an electrician.
5. Swing Arm Lamp
Swing arm lamps can come in several sizes and shapes, and can be for the desk, floor or table. If you require more close up lighting to complete a project, you can maneuver the arm so it illuminates just the right spot. But because this kind of light is concentrated, most will only illuminate a small area, rather than the entire room.
6. Low-Hanging Light
Make the most of your high ceiling (or even low ceiling) by hanging a low hanging chandelier on the dining table or kitchen table. This will add an unexpected layer to your space.