Published at Wednesday, September 09th 2020, 21:53:38 PM. Table Lamp. By Léo Lemoine.
A club lamp is simple yet classic. A tall pole in the middle holds a single bulb that’s covered by a bell shade. This type of lamp is great for area lighting. The design of the club lamp’s shade directs light down and out, making a good circle of bright light in one spot.
These lamps are a great way to manipulate the light in a room easily. Many tree lamps will allow you to bend and twist the lights to direct them exactly where you want them to go. This allows for focused lighting, general lighting, or area lighting as you need it.
To elevate the style in your living space, consider staggering the heights of your lamps. A floor lamp can add a different level of glow to your room, warming it up, and setting the mood. Just like with table lamps, floor lamps can change the mood, both with the kind of light they emit and the kind of statement they make with their base. Simple and sleek bases will give off a modern vibe; bases with an antiqued finish or unique stand will make your space feel more rustic. Check out this list of unique and chic floor lamps we’ve curated for you.
An arching floor lamp is similar to a downbridge lamp in that they both create a focused light. Where the downbridge has an arm that contains the light source extending from the main pole, however, an arching lamp’s center pole stretches up and bends over to hang above a seat or desk. So if you’re looking for something for a reading nook, seriously consider this lamp type.