By Orquidia Quintana. Table Lamps. Published at Friday, August 30th, 2019 - 04:42:06 AM.
Wood lamps look very nice and can be customized to match your home decor, be it rustic, modern, minimalist or simply laid back and homey. This material adds warmth and elegance, it’s easy to work with and pretty cheap to acquire. You can use new wood, recycle old wood elements from cabinets, wool spools, or you could even give driftwood a try. Yes, you read that right, driftwood makes beautiful lamp bases. Here’s what Jan Dickers, driftwood lamp designer, had to say about finding the right wood for her lamps.
Chances are you’ll be able to modify your lighting setup inside your cubicle. Since you probably don’t have a lot of desk space, look for lights that are more compact, or even clip onto the side of your desk like the Leo Desk Light. Just remember that you’re sharing spaces with people, so be sure that all your additional lighting won’t disturb your neighbor.
Overly harsh fluorescent lighting is draining for your eyes and is a trigger for migraines. Dim lighting is just as bad, and can cause eye strain and headaches. And frankly, a dark office is just depressing. So, to help lighten things up a bit, here are some simple steps to take to help you light your workspace right–whether it’s at home or in a corporate setting.
These sweet tiny table lamps can not leave you indifferent. They combine both retro and modern style to give you a table lamp that looks like a small retro speaker and can be an integral part of any decor. The variety of pastel colors to choose from is only an added bonus.
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