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Today’s bedrooms have become multi-functional rooms, which can make creating the right atmosphere slightly difficult. As homes decrease in square feet, the bedroom — like many rooms — has become a place of compromise. Choosing the perfect bedside lamp can be hard.
But the process can become much easier when you break it down and consider 1) the type of lighting you need, 2) the functionality of your space, 3) how much lighting will be needed in each part of the room, 4) and the style you want for your bedroom, so you can find a matching bedside lamp.
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1. Think about the type of lighting you want and need. Bedside lighting is one of the first points of consideration for a bedroom. These lights can be a great excuse to add something fun and unique to accessorize your room. Table lamps or bedside tables are a classic option that provide a good sense of symmetry and balance to a room.
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2. Think about how each piece of lighting will be used. Decide where you want to put the lamps. Determining the space where the lamp will go will help you decide what size is needed where.
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3. Think about the amount of lighting you want in each area of your bedroom. In many homes, bedrooms have become rooms for lounging, watching TV, reading, exercising and even working. This means you need multiple layers of light to focus on particular areas, and illuminate the entire space. If you have a workspace in your bedroom, be sure to include a table or floor lamp nearby to help with reading and late-night study sessions.
4. Think about your bedroom’s style. Lighting is a huge part of your bedroom’s style. Really think about the look you’re trying to achieve, and carry that theme through in your lighting.
If you were having trouble finding the unique bedside lamp, follow these steps and easily you will feel inspired. Choosing the perfect lighting for your bedroom isn’t that hard after all, is it?