By Pascaline Brassard. Lighting. Published at Saturday, May 05th, 2018 - 01:08:20 AM.
Lighting is probably the most important decor decision you can make for any room in your home. This is because light accentuates certain pieces and can set the entire mood of the room, so that you feel both warm and relaxed or electrified the moment you enter. Choosing lighting that complements the style of the room is important, especially if you live in a small house or apartment that does not have a lot of space.
Touch lamps are an option too, operating without the clunky switches and providing a modern "touch" to a room. Simply switch them on and off with a touch. Many have various light emitting settings which can be cycled through in 3 or 4 touches, to help you get the degree of brightness that suits best.
The last thing to consider when buying decorative lamps is the durability of it. A long lasting lamp made of high quality raw materials is the best in terms of saving money.
The most common variety which has halogen bulbs cannot be right for everyone. These bulbs can be very bright and tire the eyes. These are definitely not recommended for the children. They cannot study for long hours without the eyes getting droopy and tired. Some times the glimmer and flicker of long use of the halogen lamp can be another strenuous factor to the eyes. This kind of light is very focused only on the text that is being read. The other areas of the desk remain dark, unless the other light is on in the room. When one is looking for desk lamps, the main issue is the bulb and the light it throws on the study material and work at hand. The design and features come second. The utility stands over the décor part.
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