10 Best table lamp of 2020

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Table lamp guide

To illuminate our rooms stylishly with table lamps
Classic, Exotic, Romantic, Industry, Contemporary, Retro, Vintage, Deluxe, Swedish, Country or Organic are examples of styles under which table lamps are offered. There are lampsmade entirely of wood, paper, glass, fabric, plastic or metal. Lamps like fabric and metal, fabric and wood, glass and metal, glass and glass are often combined in the umbrella and shaft of the lamps. Currently very popular are lamps with wooden tripod and oval screen made of fabric, plastic or paper. Table lamps are suitable for the living room, the workplace, reading chair or nightstandoffered. The various lamps can spotlight special furniture or illuminate the dark areas of a room. The choice should fall on a multifunctional light source, which can also be used bright, glare-free, flexible and resistant. Just a light to read must be positioned so that disturbing reflections are avoided. Especially at the workplace, it is important to have a pleasant and stimulating atmosphere of light for concentrated and trouble-free work. It is advisable to pay attention to the illuminance and uniformity of the light in order to be able to read without tiring and gentle on the eyes. As a lighting tool, LED proves to be extremely durable, energetically efficient and has excellent properties. A table lamp For the living room, the purchase is mainly selected according to personal taste and preferences.

The Wagenfeld light as a design classic under the table lamps
In 1923, product designer Wilhelm Wagenfeld designed a table lamp in the metal workshops of the Weimar Bauhaus. It is now part of the design collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Experts believe that the Wagenfeld luminaire is the first electric one table lamp is. The initial model consisted of a glass column and a glass base. A little later a metal tube was inserted into the glass column, in which the lamp cable runs. 1924 was another metal lamp model. The goal of the development of a lamp was the future commercial production. However, the first attempts failed in the production, because the components had to be made by hand in the Weimar workshops. The company Schwintzer & Graff took over 1928 industrial production. But the lamp cost at that time 55 Reichsmarks. At this price, she was unaffordable to many people. In 1980, the Wagenfeld lamp was reissued by the company Tecnolumen from Bremen in a higher number. The 5/8 sphere shape of the shade is made of opal glass and gives a warm, soft light. Shaft and foot are again made of metal and glass as the original.

The Daylight lamp
The special form of a table lamp Imitates the sunlight, especially its blue content. The lamp is used for light therapy in winter depression, which is also referred to as Seasonal Dependent Depression (SAD). A daylight lamp should at best be 10,000 lux. The current devices use LED lamps with a capacity of 10,000 working hours. With a daily application of 45 minutes, the capacity of the daylight lamp reaches about 36 years. The lamp should be used immediately after awakening. The distance between the person and the light source must be 50 to 80 centimeters. It is important that daylight hits the retina of the eye, but patients should not look directly into the lamp. The full spectrum light must be flicker-free and without UV content. Just in the morning it stops the production of melatonin. By promoting the depletion of sleep hormone, the daylight lamp supports the alertness, freshness and energy supply of the body. 60 to 90 percent of users feel a significant improvement in their symptoms after 4 weeks of use. Good ratings were the models Davita light shower LD 110, Beurer TL 40 daylight lamp and Philips HF 3419/01 EnergyUp White.

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