By Guenievre Celeste. Bedroom. Published at Friday, February 09th, 2018 - 07:16:53 AM.
When it comes to installing the best bedroom lighting, there has to be consideration given to the simplest, cheapest and most effective style of illumination; natural light! Whether this means replacing outdated window dressings with sheer, gauzy drapes in summer or even negating them altogether (if there are no neighbours to worry about), maximising the light flow into a bedroom will allow for a far more understated style of rejuvenation, not to mention better sleeping habits.
Choosing the right style of wardrobe for a small bedroom can seem like a difficult task, but it needn't be! By choosing a suitable wall, custom carpentry can add in a huge amount of storage and practicality, even in a loft space that suffers from a steeply sloping ceiling, as can be seen here.
With main lighting in place, it's time to think about what interior designers refer to as 'layered lighting' options. Essentially, what this means is having a number of different ways to add a little practicality or even ambience, so when bright ceiling lights will be a little too much, task lighting comes into its own.
Not all wardrobe designs need to be an exercise in clever engineering, as a simple cupboard with sleek doors will do the trick just fine. As long as the doors are finished in a colour-coordinated fashion, so as to blend into the wider bedroom perfectly, there's no need to go too over the top.
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