Floor lamps 72 inches are a great addition to the lighting in any room. Usually taller than table lamps they are used to create a focal point in the room or for reading or other activities where the height of the lamp is needed. Generally speaking they can be a lot brighter than a table lamp and may use an even larger bulb. They are also often used to highlight or accent items in a room such as a painting or decorative wall art. A swivel base can also be useful in these cases as it allows the user to direct the light where they need it.
There are a number of different types of floor lamps available in the market, and each tends to follow a certain design or shape and is best suited for a specific kind of space. For example, the tallest floor lamps are often torchiere floor lights which typically aim their light upwards like a torch. A taller floor lamp will therefore be more suited to a large or grand room, where the scale of the floor lamp can fit in and work well with the overall space.
Another common type of floor lamp is the arc floor lamp, where the pole rises up and then arcs over to bend down at a particular height. This is often a great style of floor lamp to place over a sofa, where the light will be directed down onto the seat and where people can use it to read or perform other tasks.
Pharmacy style floor lamps are a more classic variant of this style, where the pole still rises up but then stops at around 4-5 feet and gives way to an arm, sometimes two, that can be pivoted so they can be directed downwards or aimed in a particular direction. These are often more suited to a medium or small space as they tend to be less bulky than many other styles of floor lamp.
A corner shelf floor lamp is a modern option that provides a stylish solution to illuminating your living room while providing a place for you to show off family photos and other collectibles. The ATAMIN Alvis Edge is one such example of this kind of floor lamp, and it comes with a classically designed pull chain to control the lighting along with an LED warm white bulb that is energy efficient and rated to last!
You can combine a floor lamp with the existing light fixtures in your living room, such as a central ceiling light or a wall light switch. You can also choose to have it on a separate circuit, allowing you to turn the lamp on or off independently from other lights in your home. Depending on the style of floor lamp you choose, its height can also influence how it works with your living room in terms of proportions and balance. A taller floor lamp can make a living room feel more spacious, but it is important to consider the height and size of other furnishings when choosing where in the room to position it to ensure that it doesn’t overpower or overwhelm your other decor.