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Choose Softer Illuminating Lights

posted by LampsMakeTheRoom @ 12:08 PM
Tuesday, October 11, 2011

While other types of lighting are quite simple, with some casting a harsher light, there are unique desk lamps that offer extra decorative touch and illuminates softer lights. In many scenarios, a lamp not only is a means of illumination but also serves as decoration for a room.

When you need a desk lamp for a room in your home and your design needs are simple, a casually traditional elegant desk lamp is likely your best option. Most traditional lamps have a slightly nostalgic feel about them. Some are adorned with jeweled fringe around the bottom of the cloth shades. Others are minimalistic with white shades and a black base. Often a traditional desk lamp can have a bit of style and flair like the type with cross lattice shades or lamps with a twig or rattan theme. If you are looking with something with a more decorative appeal, consider tiffany desk lamps. With many choices in unique desk lamps that are out in the market, finding your desired desk lamp can be very exciting and convenient.

Tiffany Desk Lamps Are Great For Father’s Day

posted by Bonnie @ 1:00 PM
Friday, May 7, 2010

Don’t think that your father is beyond caring what his office looks like. He entertains Mission Style Tiffany Desk Lampbusiness associates and management personnel there, and presentation is a huge part of office politics. He may have a framed personal photo on his desk, a picture on the wall or even a plant in the room. All these items humanize the room, but a tiffany desk lamp states you like the better things in life. Visual impact from your first meeting with a client can make or break a deal. As the saying goes, dress for the occassion.

Don’t be afraid to give your father something other than a tie.

It is a daunting task to pick a color when decorating your home. You know you have a set budget, and you will only get one shot at making what you pictured in your head come to life in the room. You want to insert a little of your personality into the room, yet you cringe at the thought that the finished product may not produce the visual or psychological effects you intended the room to have.

Before turning your back on the project, let’s get a grip on what the color wheel is and how it works.

The basic color wheel was discovered by Sir Isaac Newton while performing a prism experiment in which he discovered that pure white light contains a full spectrum of colors.Color Wheel

The color wheel has 12 colors classified into three categories, primary colors, secondary colors, and tertiary colors.

Primary ColorsPrimary colors are red, yellow and blue.

I have for you an example of primary colors used togetherAntique Roses Tiffany Style Table Lamp in a tiffany style lamp.

Secondary ColorsSecondary colors are orange, green and violet (created by mixing primary colors).

An example of secondary colors used together can be seen in this Victorian design tiffany style lamp.Victorian Lighted Base Tiffany Style Table Lamp  

Tertiary ColorsTertiary colors are yellow-orange, red-orange, red-violet, blue violet, blue-green and yellow-green (created by mixing a secondary color with the primary color next to it).

An example of the tertiary colors is displayed in this wisteriaWisteria Design Tiffany Style Table Lamp design tiffany style table lamp.

Now you know the colors. My next post will show you the four common color schemes and how to use them in your home.

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