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Hanging Lamps

How about a lamp that you can hang anywhere in your home? That is the reality of hanging lamps. From Victorian to stained glass, these lamps are quickly becoming a popular cornerstone of home decor because of their design flexibility. Since they hang and don't take up space in the home, you can place them just about anywhere, under almost any space constraints.

Some people even like to hang their hanging lamps outside. If you're into this though, be sure you get a UL damp/wet rated lamp or light. This means that the lamp can be placed in a damp or wet area and it will not affect it. This is important because without this certification, a lamp or light cannot and should not be used outdoors. Doing so can negate the warranty on the product.

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