By Jesse Mathieu. Bedroom. Published at Thursday, January 11th, 2018 - 01:23:55 AM.
Speaking of using one piece for something else, ever thought of giving an old, unused chair a second chance in life by turning it into a bedside table? In the spirit of double duty, the chairs can also be cleared off and moved to the dining area should extra guests arrive.
Who says they’re only good for firewood? These old crates are casual, cool and bring in a rustic/vintage touch. And let’s not overlook the fact that their dark hues become quite prominent in this otherwise light-toned bedroom.
Now that we've covered practical main lighting and softer task lighting for specific parts of a bedroom, it's time to start thinking about something purely decorative and pretty. Unique bedroom lighting can take on many different guises, but hidden spotlights, poseable lamps and even strings of fairy lights can all finish a space beautifully.
While central and main light fixtures aren't usually key bedroom mood lighting installations, it's not a good idea to negate a properly functional and practical installation, in the centre of the ceiling. It's interesting how some people prefer to keep this understated and simple, in favour of potentially more interesting elements elsewhere, while others go the whole hog and invest in crystal chandeliers or striking fixtures that resemble art pieces. Either way, as long as the lighting is bright, steady and helpful, there really isn't a wrong way to go about things.
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