Eva Gearhart. Floor Lamps. January 04th , 2018.
Another important factor is the power consumption of the contemporary lamp. Energy costs are rising and finding a modern lamp with a good wattage range will help reduce your electric bill. Reading lights usually need to have at least 100 watts where accent lamps are fine to be 100 watts or lower. You may opt to go with modern lamps that allow compact fluorescent bulbs since these are much more efficient. Picking a light with more wattage is not really necessary for home use; but do not pick such a dim light that causes eye strain when reading or other activities.
By knowing what purpose you want your lamp to serve, you can then picture the type and style of lamp that will fit that purpose or at least be able to recognize one when you see it.
Another great tip. To know how much wattage you need, switch on a lamp in your home and take note of the brightness. Remove the bulb and take note of the wattage. If it is not state, look for voltage and current amount. To get wattage, multiply them together. The Modern Arc Lamp. This lamp has a long massive curve in it that allows it to be put into a corner, and still shed light where needed, just by adjusting the flexible curve in the neck. The dual bulb style has 2 necks on it, each pointing in a different direction, perfect for a corner where either 2 couches meet, or 2 chairs, etc.
Arc Shape Lamp. As the name states, it is a upright pole which is bent at the top to form an arc. Light is typically beam downwards. Depending on the style, it can be a single arc of 1 bulb or several arcs. New Age Design Modern floor lamp. Other than the above designers, creative juices from the designers created new style for you to decorate your home with modern floor lamps. These lamps often combine with house furniture to create a new practical product for home decoration as well as usage.
Will you get much use out of this floor lamp? Will it be worth getting one for your room? How much are you willing to spend on getting a new modern floor lamp? Where will the lamp go in the room and is there enough space to accommodate it? What are your expectations from this floor lamp? Will the lamp suit the style of the room and will it fit with the rest of the furniture? Do you need more than one of these lamps to complete the look?