Floor-lamp lighting is available in many different styles and prices. The shear number of floor-lamp lighting choices will practically drive you crazy. That’s after you get past the actual light decisions. Decisions like whether you want a powerful light or a more subtle light for atmosphere. Where you will place your floor-lamp lighting. How big the area is that will be lit. After all of these decisions, we can then consider styles.
Let’s take a look at a few of the contemporary style selections that we have in floor-lamp lighting.
There are floor-lamp lighting units that look like grandma’s old pole lamp. This floor-lamp lighting basically a single pole that has three lamps sticking out the side. All three lamps are on very short arms. These lights all swivel to direct the light where you want it. Most of these floor-lamp lighting units use incandescent bulbs and have small lamp shades of some type. These floor-lamp lighting units are great for directing light to exactly where you need it.
But for now, let’s look at some of the most modern looking floor-lamp lighting out there.
One of the most futuristic looking floor-lamp lighting units has a single pole rising about three feet out of the base. From the top of that pole 5 or 6 smaller poles will branch out, in different directions. Each of these poles is arced, or angled, and has a light bulb. These poles can normally be adjusted by swinging the arm around in a circle. On some of these floor-lamp lighting units, you can spread out the lights into a full circle. Although I’m not sure why you’d want to.
I really like the look of this floor-lamp lighting with the chrome poles, as opposed to the black color. This floor-lamp lighting has a very modern look and puts out a lot of light. The adjustable arms make adjusting the placement of light very easy to do.
A floor-lamp lighting with a bendable arm is just the ticket for hard to reach areas. This floor-lamp lighting has one arm with three or four hinged joints. This floor-lamp lighting unit can easily be adjusted to meet all of your lighting needs.
Another modern specialty light is a single pole. The lamp shade is over-sized and stands approximately 5 feet tall. So all you can see is a 5 foot tall, 1 foot square box with several lights glowing behind it. The large shade helps to diffuse the light and cuts down on glare. As strange as it sounds, this floor-lamp lighting actually looks great. If you had the proper room, this would be an excellent choice for changing the way a room looks. It almost has an oriental look to it.
If you are looking for the antique look, there are also hundreds of antique reproduction floor-lamp lighting units being sold today. They are available in several different price ranges as well as several styles. All them them look like authentic antiques. No matter what type of floor-lamp lighting you are looking for, there are many to choose from. You can find the perfect floor-lamp lighting to fit your budget, and compliment your decor.