Different Types of Bedroom Lighting in Interior Design

The bedroom may seem like a part of your home that doesn’t require much lighting since it’s mainly for your goodnight’s rest but if you really think about it - it’s more than a place of rest. It’s also where you get ready, relax and sometimes work. These activities alone require specific lighting as well.

Here’s a list on the different types of bedroom lighting in interior design:

1. Table Lamps

Table Lamps are a classic option for any bedroom style as it’s available in different sizes to fit your side table or fit right into the corner.

One of the most common reasons why many choose to have table lamps is its convenience. You can easily climb into bed, read a book, and then turn over to switch it off. As a result, it saves you the effort of getting out of bed to turn off the switch by the wall.

2. Recessed Lighting

This type of lighting is a little tricky for the bedroom unless it’s placed right. Recessed lighting is more refined compared to lamps and pendant lights because it produces shadows.

If you’re still keen on having recessed lights in your bedroom, we recommend consulting with our interior designer to advise and guide you on what’s best suited for your space.

3. Ceiling Fan with Lights

Many wouldn’t consider installing a ceiling fan with lights as they worry that it wouldn’t light up the entire bedroom. However, there are homeowners who opt for it for its ability to multitask between lighting and cooling down the atmosphere.

With that said, a ceiling fan with lights may not brighten the space entirely but it’ll keep the air moving throughout and prevent the atmosphere from becoming stagnant.

4. Swing Arm Lighting

If you’re one to read or watch movies in the middle of the night, we suggest looking into a swing arm light for your room. Installation is simple - all you have to do is plant it against the wall and you’re good to go.

On top of that, its adjustable arm isn’t only useful but also convenient as you can easily extend it when you need to use it or fold it back to place when you don’t.

5. Flush Mount

Last but not least, flush mount lightings is an ideal option for those who prefer a subtly-fancy light. Compared to chandeliers and pendant lights, this falls in between the two for its available styles and brightness.

Flush mount lights are highly recommended for bedrooms with lowered ceilings as it’s designed without additional drop-downs.

All in all, lights are needed in all spaces - especially a home. It gives a healthy and happy impression of the environment along with a sense of style.

If you’d like to know more about bedroom lighting, feel free to get in touch with us and we’ll gladly guide you through it!

Previous Post

3 Tips to Picking the Right Laminates for Your Home

Next Post

Tips to Achieve a Light and Breezy Interior Design