Right from the start of civilization, lamps and lights have played important roles in every home. From time to time, the lamp designs are updated and new models are made available. While antique styled lamps are always popular, contemporary desk lamps also have their significance in many homes.
Tiffany floor lamps made today should stay true to the artist's original styles and the techniques he used to give his shades their distinctive and beautiful appearance. He used seven different style techniques, some of which were Irregular Upper and Lower Border lamps, made with open-look edging to give the appearance of tree branches or shrubs. Geometric styles he used in some lamps were merely geometric shapes in the pattern of the glass. Transition to Flowers was another style, which saw more flowers and foliage used in the designs.
Tiffany did not just wake up one day with the idea to make Tiffany floor lamps with stained glass shades. He was working in New York for an interior design company, designing stained glass windows. The leftover glass pieces gave him the idea to make lampshades from them. He continued designing for the firm and painting, but his brand of artistry was born and soon became his only pursuit.
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