Floor Lamps. Friday , January 12th , 2018 - 18:22:29 PM
Energy Usage of Home Decoration Lamp. This is most often the overlooked component while shopping for a home floor lamp. Often people look for lamp with the highest wattage, yet not realizing the amount of electricity it consumed. A difference of 15W is easily able to add a couple dollars to your bills and more if you switched it on for long periods.
Another good thing to consider is the amount of energy your lamp will use. Electricity costs are higher than ever and every thing you can do to lower your energy bill will be very beneficial. If your lamp is just for decoration and not required to light large areas than you should consider buying a lower watt light bulb to put in this lamp. The latest trend in modern floor lamps has been to have softer light bulbs that just emit a faint glow. If your are using this lamp for reading or for lighting an area than you will want to consider buying a high watt light bulb that has the power to light a large area. Usually a reading floor lamp will require a light bulb of at least 120 watts but other lamps can have bulbs well below 120. Also I recommend that your go with a compact fluorescent light bulb as these are much more energy efficient and will last much loner than a normal light bulb.
There are some lamps which have adjustable wattage to increase and decrease the brightness. Get those if possible to adjust the lighting and ambiance for your house. Design of Modern Floor Lamp. You will need to consider the size and design of house lamp if you are using it to jazz up your home. If the lamp is too tall, the rest of the furniture will look weird. If possible, get those modern home lamp with adjustable heights.
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