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Colors come and go for interior design just as in fashion. Today it’s in … tomorrow it’s out. Aqua is a very popular color now for all things interior design including table lamps. Aqua is everywhere including stunning and stylish aqua blue glass table lamps, aqua blue table lamps, and ceramic aqua colored table lamps. But people can mistake what’s aqua and what’s turquoise, so in researching each definition, guess what? The definitions are not the same. Some times aqua is described as bluish-green; sometimes it’s listed as greenish-blue. The same applies with turquoise The dictionary describes it as being either-or.
Aqua table lamps are stylish and create a beautiful ambiance whose mood is romantic, dramatic, or no-nonsense, but it will always be welcoming.
Our lamps provide a warm glow to a dark corner, or for accenting a fire place mantel, or a work of art or on a table. They break up a large room into smaller space and define various areas of your home such as reading nooks or a quaint conversation space. They provide light when you need it to read that important document or the latest novel by your favorite author. Great light for nearly every room in your home.
FineHomeLamps.com has thousands of lamps to choose from so you’re sure to find a lamp that’s the perfect, style, and color. Whether for your living room,bedroom, or a dining room you are sure to find beautiful Aqua table lamps. If you are not sure how those aqua colored table lamps will look in your home – try our free visualization service.
A frequently asked question we get – what is the best height for my accent table lamp? Generally, lamps should stand between 58-64″ in height from the floor surface. And, table and floor lamps should also be in this height range. It will provide a good design flow to your room.
So – if you’re table is 30″ in high, the table lamp should be between 28″- 34″ to the top of the finial. You may want to take that into consideration when you are seated – you should not see the bulb or socket.
Aqua colored table lamps create beautiful ambiance in your space and offer a great way to give your decor a nice variation. Pair matching accent lamps on a night table in your bedroom, mix and match different styles to get an eclectic. Add fun to any room with a whimsical animal-themed lamp, or provide a warm ambiance with traditional blue glass table lamps in may different styles
When figuring out the best size of your new table lamp, compare the size of your table to the diameter of your lampshade. The depth or width of the shade should be no larger than the narrow dimension of your table. Otherwise, the shade will hang over the edge of your table and won’t look good. usually more of a problem for bedside lamps or buffet lamps where the depth of a night table is more narrow.
Lampshades are an important accent feature for proper aqua colored table lamps – and they have a great effect on dressing up your decor. In many cases, a cone shape, or angled-side lampshade displays more of a traditional style and with a drum shape or vertical shade expresses a more modern or contemporary style. If you want o update a traditional lamp – consider changing your shade to a drum style.
Lamps for a dresser, or bedside table, or buffet table could require some special attention due to the narrow surface – generally they are between 16” and 20” in depth.
Lamps with rectangular shades or oval shades can also make good bedside lamps because they have a narrow depth, but they provide width to visually balance out the room on each side of the bed.
You may want to “match” or “not match” the style of your accent lamp with appropriate furniture or architecture – What is the objective? Some designers make a point NOT TO MATCH the lamps style with the home’s furniture style.
Your lamps style does not have to be within a Traditional style, but you still need to keep it related to the proper context of the space in some manner – in terms of shape, size, and color.
Diversifying the types of accent table lighting is important when designing your space– mix it up with floor lamps, chandeliers, table lamps, recessed lighting, and other forms of accent lighting. Don’t use all of these forms of lighting sources in one area – but, you just might use 2 or 3.
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