It certainly can be a hard task getting the lighting right in your bedroom. With so many choices nowadays such as ambient lighting, pendant lights, chandeliers, portable lights, etc. it can be difficult knowing which route to take. Whether you want to go bold or if you a prefer minimalist approach, there’s always a lighting solution for your bedroom. Good lighting is a very important element in home design therefore it’s important to create both a functional and beautiful lighting plan for your own bedroom. The bedroom is the most used rooms of your home, so make the lighting count. I’ve created a brand new lighting guide to advise on the best lighting options. I hope it helps.
Pendant lighting is extremely trendy at the moment. These lights give a fresh, light and airy modern feel and they will fully enrich your bedroom. When they hang from your ceiling, they allow you lots of space for the rest of your room. They come in wide variety of style and design, sizes and structures. If you want to give your bedroom the WOW factor, then this is the perfect choice.
Any bedroom lighting that is specifically used for tasks like reading and studying is considered task lighting. Task lighting increases illumination above ambient levels, so you will see that they’re far more brighter than the average light. Layered lighting is split between 3 lighting layers: Ambient, accent and task. Task lighting consists of smaller fixtures that offers ample lighting needed for sustained concentration.
Floor lamps are defined as self-sustaining and lighting fixtures. They are the most common light sources to have in a bedroom because they’re easy to install and they provide overall brightness to the room. One of the many advantages of this variety of lighting fixtures is flexibility. A floor lamp will also create a focal point for your bedroom. There’s plenty of different types, such as swing arm floor lamps, torchiere styles, multi-way floor lamps and even task floor lamps.
If you’re looking for the ultimate contemporary masterpiece then recessed lighting is a great way to go. This lighting has been increasing in popularity in recent years, and for good reason. Recessed lighting can be used in floors and ceilings to create vertical beams of light. Because it’s sleek and easy to conceal, recessed lighting is an ideal choice for areas with limited space. The spotlight type are tiltable, allowing light to be distributed wherever it suits you.