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Floor Lamps

Floor lamps tend to be a bit more powerful then table lamps because of the nature of the lamp's purpose. Floor lamps are usually used to illuminate as much of a room as possible. When selecting a floor lamp, most of the same concerns remain in mind as those of table lamps, with a few exceptions.

Setting

Where your floor lamp is going should be a key factor - you may want it to match the theme of the room, or even the wallpaper in the room. Getting a color clashing lamp is no fun - so use paint sticks if necessary, and should you have no design sense, consult your significant other.

Illumination

Do you want the lamp to illuminate the room, or just part of the room you're putting the lamp in? This is probably something you should think about before you purchase your floor lamp. It may not matter to you depending upon the situation, and your own home decor ideas. But should it matter, keep these thoughts in mind. This brings us to...

Power

The power of the bulb that goes into the light effects its illumination. Obviously, higher power bulbs will provide more illumination then a lower power bulb.

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