By Guenievre Celeste. Bedroom. Published at Monday, March 26th, 2018 - 18:20:37 PM.
Even a full wall of cabinets can look diminutive and dainty, when mirrored door panels are brought into play, as the reflection of the wider room will create the illusion of a very generous space indeed and there's an extra bonus to consider, when thinking about mirrored panels; there'll be no need to a separate freestanding mirror.
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.
From natural restorative sunlight through to soft side lamps and practical main lighting, there are a number of layered options to include and prioritise, in order to get the full benefit of a bedroom.
This attic conversion has produced the most incredible bedroom, complete with all the requisite lighting options, thanks to ceiling lights, task lamps and particularly effective skylights. There are even large candles as well, as accent lighting options, but there is still a wonderfully minimalist and chic vibe. The proof of the pudding really is in the eating and this bedroom proves that layered lighting is design is delicious.
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