I recently changed the chandelier in my bedroom and now want to get a wall lamp, lamp, or floor lamp in the same style, but I need to decide what to choose. I don’t want to ruin the walls with light, and I don’t want to prevent cleaning. Still, which lamp is more practical, easy to install, and ideal for bedrooms?
How to Choose the Right Lamp for Your Bedroom?
If you do not want to install it, you can put a beautiful table lamp that connects to the socket (save the table lamps because women live alone and may adjust the light fixtures). Besides, you do easy to clean these lamps (do not let dust accumulate).
The choice of lighting body for the bedroom is a very important moment. When choosing a chandelier, look for a model with closed ceiling lamps. The light will be soft and diffuse, creating a warm and relaxing atmosphere. The size of the chandelier should be based on the size of the bedroom and the height of the roof.
Let’s take a closer look at your question about additional lighting. There are three options – sconces, floor lamps, and table lamps. Each of these types of lighting has its own advantages and disadvantages. I suggest you analyze them in order.
Sconces in the Bedroom
This type of lighting is considered one of the best sources of additional lighting in the bedroom. They provide us with calm and pleasant light in the morning and wake us up comfortably after bedtime without irritating our eyes. In addition, sconces can easily be used as night lights. They are very convenient and can always be switched to hand if something should occur. Consider it a very good choice, even though you have to drill a hole in the wall. Of course, if the interior fixtures are already installed and working, Sconces is definitely not an option, as the cable is unlikely to be driven to the attachment point.
Bedroom Floor Lights
This type of lighting is positively back in fashion. This type of lighting does not require a hole in the wall. The cables are more central but can be easily moved. The bright floor lamps and the switch can be brought into the bed. If desired, it can also be fixed somewhere on the bedside table in a distinctive location. A wide variety of lamps are available. This means that floor lamps can literally ingest any type of interior. Some models are directional.
On the other hand, it is a matter of taste; besides, floor lamps interfere with cleaning. Therefore, I do not recommend choosing floor lamps. They occupy a lot of space.
Bedroom Table Lamps
The best choice for you is that you do not need to pierce the walls, and cleaning does not interfere with them since you usually place them on the bedside table near the bed, and with little physical strength, even children can move. Table lamps are very useful for people who want to read before bedtime. If you need to turn off the light, you do not even have to get up. A switch is always available. Designs can be very different, and the choice is huge.
Now about the style of the room. Unfortunately, I did not specify a preferred type and considered several options.
- My favorite classic style is Leader (so), but finding a model in the Baroque style is much more difficult. However, such light fixtures are often quality and will not fail in a few months from overheating or poor-quality switches. They are often gold-plated and made with crystal pendants or flyers (such as tassels used in curtains). The shapes are usually oval or circular. Sometimes more elaborate shapes are used. This only adds to the charm of the lighting itself.
- High-tech style. This style corresponds to lamps with geometric-shaped forms and also uses curved lines. Generally, the trademark of this style is asymmetry. Such lamps are made of plastic, metal, glass, or artificial stone.
- Provence or Rural Style. The use of forged elements, grid decoration, grapevine climbing, and flowers characterizes this light fixture style.
- Pop Art. Fixtures are made of unusual or strange materials. It is very easy to make such lighting fixtures yourself.
In general, these are just a few of all the different styles, but for bedrooms, the main features are warm, diffuse, and faint light.