Geneviève Cormier. Deco Lamp. February 16th , 2018.
There are various types of antique lights that resemble the shape and designs of different ages. So, you will never run short of the options anyway. However, the only problem in this regard seems to be that you have to make the choice judiciously. You will come across an infinite variety of chandeliers, ceiling lights, and so on and you have to pick up the one that suits the style of your house. In this regard, the size and length of these lights can be very important. Ideally, you should be looking for models that will fit in the space available in your house.
There are many ways in which you can find these types of lamps to add in your collection. It is recommended to visit various flea markets, antique shops, estate sales and garage sales. However, it is necessary to have some knowledge especially if you are purchasing from these places because there are a lot of replicas or reproductions of these ’antique’ lamps that are available in the market. This is the reason why you have to do a lot of research before you do your purchase.
What is art-deco lighting? The art-deco lighting came into the market in the early twentieth century and became popular after some years. Basically these lamps were famous for their architectural designs and geometric and angular shapes. Also the material used in it, the chrome, was novel at that time. But even today, this art-deco lighting is one of the most attractive pieces of lamps available in the market. The use of glass was peculiar too. They used sandblasted, etched, and enameled glass to make the lights more serene!
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