By Jesse Mathieu. Bedroom. Published at Friday, March 09th, 2018 - 20:03:24 PM.
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 Whether this means replacing outdated window dressings with sheer, gauzy drapes in summer or even negating them altogether (if there are no neighbours to worry about), maximising the light flow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.
It's not just a case of wanting to create some romantic mood lighting for bedroom spaces, which is what so many homeowners probably get hung up on, but there's so much more to bedroom lighting design than a little ambience. Due to the nature of a bedroom, people often forget that it has a defined and strategic purpose, which the lighting needs to support; recuperation.
While bedside lamps were once a staple in almost every bedroom, modern trends are seeing pendulum lights and clusters of bulbs, as seen here, really taking off in terms of popularity. Fitted either side of a bed, the visual impact is quite something.
However, far too many people worldwide see this furniture piece as nothing more than a simple landing pad; a place of rest for a night lamp, a book or two, and clock/cellular phone, etc. Why is this such an interior design sin? Because they don’t seem to realise that a bedside table, in addition to helping with storage, has the power to introduce a world of style into even the most boring bedroom.
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