Lamp. Sunday , March 18th , 2018 - 08:47:37 AM
Moroccan Lamps - Interior Decorating with Beauty & Ambiance! Moroccan lamps and Moroccan lighting traditions: A few centuries back, the best way to brighten a home was by using henna lamps or any other lamps for that matter. Lamps can create magic and give your home a look that you have desired for so long yet you could never find that style that will do it. Maybe these lamps are nowhere near the Aladdin's lamp but they sure have the ability to captivate you or your friends. It may not be as bright as the halogen bulbs you installed in your living room but they have a subtle and charismatic appeal that cannot be ignored.
Elegant shades graced table and floor lamps as well as crystal chandeliers imported from Europe. And the electric light bulb enabled fine work to be sewn at night usually under a parlor bridge lamp. Today the tradition of hand-sewn lamp shades continues and here are tips and sewing techniques from the experts. When buying or recovering a lamp shade today, keep the design of the lamp base in mind. Curved shades compliment curved lamps and angular shades normally work best with angular lamps. Shade frames are available for lamp bases with harps, bridge lamps, floor lamps with glass bowls, chandeliers, headboards, night-lights and more.
In Jackson Hole, WY the town's square is embellished with arches created from Elk antlers. It is certainly unique and you can create the same spirit with antler lamps. Small lamps are created from whitetail deer antlers while large light fixtures such as chandeliers may have tiers of elk antlers with rawhide lampshades. One of the most popular lamps is created with moose antlers, recognizable with their beautiful dark palms and dark rawhide lamp shades.
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