Published at Sunday, August 25th, 2019 - 08:33:07 AM. Floor Lamps. By Lucero Chavana.
Here’s another prime example of how to mix different types of lighting (directional vs. ambient): You’ll notice that the floor lamp in the room above falls under the "ambient" category because the fabric lampshade would delicately diffuse light around the space. This lights a room more thoroughly, as opposed to the task lamp on the desk. The hard metal shade means no light can escape except for in the direction it’s pointing (hence, directional lighting). These are really great lamp types for reading, working, doing anything hobby-ish. The light is strong and bright right where you need it (and basically nowhere else). You’ll want to be sure this type of lamp is low enough (or can be directed down) that it doesn’t blind you.
Offering light behind a sectional couch can be tricky because of their L and U shapes. Corner lamps works best behind this type of sofas because they can be adjusted in different directions and their unique designs are perfect to place behind sectional or against the wall.Their features include heavy weight base for support, adjustable arm(s), switch and bulbs. Corner floor lamps also work best behind sectional sofas because they don’t require a table which requires space.The best place to put the standing lamp is at the corner of the sectional where the couch turn; all people can read by it.
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