Lighting Ideas for Your Kids’ Room
- Friday, 26 May 2017 15:35
The right light fixture can help visually divide a large, shared space like this one. The designer used inexpensive paper lanterns in a range of colors and sizes, suspended at different heights to create a focal point well suited to the space’s sloped ceiling. Design by B. Pila Design Studio
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Below are some good tips and tricks to create the perfect lighting for your children’s room.
A nightlight can comfort small children when they’re tucked in for bed. This friendly woodland creature adds a soft glow from a compact fluorescent bulb. Photo courtesy of The Land of Nod
Desk lighting should be utilitarian but that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style. Your best bet is an adjustable lamp with a wide, stable base — perhaps in a bright, fun hue like brilliant blue or citrus green. Design by HGTV hosts Cortney and Robert Novogratz
Accent lighting should make a bold impact. The exaggerated curves and glossy black finish of this table lamp stand out against the ornate butterfly-papered wall in this girl’s room. JAC Interiors
Encourage your child’s love of reading by creating a designated book nook. A comfy chair, a pouf to put the feet up on, and a good reading light are all you need. In an older child’s room, a floor lamp is fine; one that’s adjustable is ideal. JAC Interiors
Lighting Ideas for Your Kids’ Room | HGTV