The history of antique light fixtures can be traced to the antique itself. The first improvised lamps were invented by the ancient Greeks and Romans. These were oil lamps, represented the bowls with oil, in which the wick was lowered. From ancient times also came the name – lampados. The old world is no accident called the cradle of European and American civilization and culture. All the best in modern culture we got from Greeks and Romans. Everything, connected with antiquity, is of great interest to this day: the literature, art, theater, architecture and, of course, the interior. The rich culture of the past is characterized by monumentality, grandeur. This also applies to interiors, which have recently become particularly popular with people around the world. Nowadays, antique glass light fixtures along with the style décor is compared not with some old and useless decoration, but with luxury and exquisite taste, though this stylistic direction was also subjected to various changes.
However, first think of whether you can recreate that atmosphere of majesty, because simple placement of statues and some antique gold light fixtures will not be enough. The idea is to turn your home into one of those ancient dwellings with slightest possible modern style corrections. Besides, the style requires much free place predominantly with high ceilings, otherwise the result can be terrible and ridiculous.
Lighting in such place has its own features. If that days a dwelling was illuminated naturally (the light from the atrium) together with torches and fire from the hearth, now modern buildings imitating that era use antique electric light fixtures in shape of torch or mounted ones and hidden backlight, the diffused light from which gently reminds us of ancient times.
Due to a huge diversity of choices and ideas, you can really make your dream come true. All these variety of illuminating features will easily help to build truly exciting and inviting interior.