Lamps. Monday , December 04th , 2017 - 13:33:46 PM
Larger bedrooms will naturally allow for larger lamps – look at floor-standing versions that you could position in corners or behind bedheads or bedside tables. Fitted storage headboards may be suitable for built-in spotlights, while open shelving above a headboard is the perfect perch for clip-on reading lights.
Stand alone lamps or hanging lamps – this type of bedroom lighting can be a rather modern style if you install long lanterns on the ceiling or put a long and thin lamp not on the nightstand, but separately. Bedroom lighting has been done traditionally as well, but the modern ways of doing so allow more trendy look to your bedroom and give you comfortable lighting at the same time. Most importantly it can be cheap and energy efficient solution with LED light systems that are mostly used nowadays.
Here is the tricky part when you are choosing a brand new table lamp. The height of the table lamp you pick is determined more by the room it sits in and the décor around the lamp. If you have a tall bedside table, then it goes without saying that a shorter lamp will do and vice versa. The general norm here is to pick a lamp where the bottom of the shade is at your eye level when you are seated or resting. This works whether you are shopping for a table lamp that fits your reading nook, a beside lamp, or even one that goes next to the couch in the living room.
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