By Margaux Pascal. Lamps. Published at Sunday, February 24th, 2019 - 05:07:37 AM.
From afar there is no doubt that a chandelier lamp will call on you to admire it. It’s seemingly looking like a woman coaxing you to come closer. It teases your senses the moment you rested your eyes on it. A lady so enchanting that you slowly and willingly walk closer, with mouth agape, to get a better view. And you hear her sing an unexplainable yet soothing song. Songs like the one that tells about love and life and wonderful feelings. While in that trance you get a whiff of her perfume. A wonderful scent you haven’t smelled before.
Chandelier frames are made either from simple wood or iron to more decorative frame. The designs of the frame also add glitter and chic to the lampshade. The shade comes in different shapes, sizes, and designs. Regular cone shapes are the traditional shapes. Other shapes include bell shapes, circular like Chinese-styled shades, and four-sided shapes designed patterned with different adornment. Shades are made from different materials such as handmade paper, printed fabric, beads, or silk paper. These can be in different bright colors to create different mood lighting. The lampshade chandelier is great alternative to dress up a room and make it different anew.
Tiffany lamps have been around for years; in fact, you can find many beautiful antique Tiffany lamps out there today from years gone by. However, today they have made a resurgence when it comes to decorating and today’s modern Tiffany lamps lighting are now more exclusive than ever before. Various styles and colors are available, making them a top choice for many home decorators. If you’re interested in how you can use this type of lighting, from modern floor lamps to Tiffany apple hanging lamps in your home, let’s take a closer look at these beautiful lamps, their history, and how they can be used today.
Our diverse selection of Tiffany Style lamps and reproductions will both beautify and illuminate your home with all the warmth and charm of the originals. Louis Comfort Tiffany did not begin his career in stained glass lighting. Long before Tiffany lamps were gracing the homes of people throughout the world caught up in the ” Art Nouveau” craze, the genius first tackled art, interior design, and even helping his father with his world famous jewelry store. A profound and deep respect and admiration for Nature dominated Louis Comfort. It affected his art, his interior design, and ultimately helped influence all facets of Tiffany Lighting including lampshade design and layout.
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