Published at Sunday, May 06th, 2018 - 19:10:49 PM. Interior. By .
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Mention color in the kitchen and many people immediately think of the old avocado and gold appliances of the seventies. Kitchens have been stark white for far too long and now designers are incorporating bold colors not only on backsplashes and cupboards, but also on appliances if that is something you would go for. Play up the color with another bold accent color, like red, or keep in calm with black and white.
A lampshade does more than just soften the light emanating from the bulb: It balances the height of the lamp and gives it enough visual heft to make it an important design element. Nothing looks worse than a lamp with a shade that is far too small for its base. According to Architectural Digest, there is a simple formula to make sure you have the right size lampshade for a table lamp: Measure the base of your lamp as well as the height. Whatever shape of shade you choose, it should be twice as wide as the base, and about one-third of the lamps total height. The shade should also reflect the style of the base. When it comes to floor lamps, the shade should be at least 18 inches and Pooky notes that the larger and more open your room, the larger the floor lampshade can be.
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