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Why you need lamp holder in your home

Why you need lamp holder in your home

Most time people fix bulb in their homes to illuminate the environment without considering the other aspect of protecting the eyes or beautifying the home.

A lamp holder is a device used for holding a light bulb or lamp which helps in protecting the eyes from the ray of light and also beautify the home while also brightening the environment.

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With no lamp holder or lampshade, a bare bulb’s light goes out equally in all directions. Looking at the bulb directly can be uncomfortable to the eyes. A direct glare from a bare bulb has been discovered to damage the eye. Bare bulbs are sometimes used in lighting, but usually in places where the light is precious and where someone’s not likely to accidentally stare right at it such as in a closet or high in an entrance hall.

One of the basic premises of lamp holder is to provide beauty, refresh indoor and provide attractive soothing illumination in the home. The use of lamp holder can both block the eye from direct contact with a bulb, and to direct the light where you want it to go.

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Lamp holder comes in different shapes, sizes, design and colour. People choose the design that best appeal to them and best for their home. It can be used as a form of decoration when fixed on the wall of a house both inside and outside, hung in the dinning or living room, in the kitchen or bathroom.

 

 


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