How to Choose Wall Lights and Floor Lamps

by:Merttace     2020-03-15
Wall lights are mainly used as key lighting, although in some cases they are also used as task or ambient lighting for small spaces such as corridors.Floor lamps can meet the lighting needs of any type: task, environment or key lighting.Good lighting for a functional, good-Decoration space;Giving priority to lighting needs can help you achieve these goals.Before you focus on the decorative design of wall and floor lamps, consider the main features of the room.Make a rough sketch of the room and mark the area you think you need light, such as the talk area, corner or object you might want to highlight, such as a wall mirror or a wall.It is also possible to determine how you wish to guide the light.Up-The lamp has a globe that can direct the light to the ceiling and provide environmental lighting and key lighting, but the effect is not good for task lighting.Downlights, such as arc lights, can be used for environmental lighting or for key lighting, and can also function as mission lights.There are a wide range of designs for wall lights, including grills, brackets, brackets, and lanterns.The earliest lights were candles, which eventually evolved into oil and gas lamps.Electric candleSconces has a flame style-Designed to mimic the shape of the candle light bulb atmosphere.Sconces usually have an arm sticking out of the wall, fixing a bulb with glass, cloth or porcelain.The wall brackets are basically the same, but there are usually multiple sockets.Torchieres is usually flush with the wall, and the tone focuses the light up.Lanterns come in a metal and glass case with rustic and modern style.For key lighting, look for sconces that complement your decor style.Traditional wall lamps are usually made of amber-Mica and wilderness patterns, while traditional wall lamps are usually made of fabric or elegant glass tones.Modern sconces may have sharp geometric lines, smooth, smooth curves or abstract irregular shapes, usually made of metal or glass.Use wall lights to highlight the entrance or a corridor that lights up the dark.Select a wall stand with multiple sockets for ambient or task lighting (such as wall lights) to frame the bathroom mirror.Use two wall lights on both sides of the bed to replace the desk lamp.Highlight interesting architectural details on walls and ceilings with torchiere wall lights.The four most common floor lamps include traditional single lamps.Pole lights, also known as \"Club Lights\", torchiere or torch lights, tree lights, and arc lights.Traditional singlePole lights are usually colored in glass balls or fabrics.The Torchiere lamp has a glass or plastic bowl-The shape tone of direct light up makes it an ideal choice for ambient lighting.Tree lights have three or more sockets on the adjustable arm that can turn to where you need them.The arc light fixture has a high bending rod and is ideal for placement in the corner or behind the seating furniture.The floor lamp, while adding vertical lines and visual height to the landscape of the room, also made interesting key parts.Keep the floor lamp in line with other furniture in the room.The tone of the floor lamp should complement the bottom of the lamp and match with the decoration around it.Large arc-burning floor lamps add dramatic effects in modern and modern interior design.Drum-Style tones are perfect for contemporary, mid-termRetro decor.The tulip or groove tone works well in a traditional setting.Tiffany-Tones in artisan style make a lovely accent-Victorian style residence or historic surroundings.The lampshade can be customized with materials and colors to coordinate with other furniture in the room.Use the same shade style on wall and floor lamps to tie your lighting elements together for a unified look.
Custom message
Chat Online 编辑模式下无法使用
Chat Online inputting...