Master Bedroom Lighting Ideas
When it comes to decorating the bedroom, lighting is often forgotten in the excitement of choosing bedding and furniture, along with picking a color scheme. That's a shame because good lighting is a very important element of design in every room of the home.
The right type of lighting can make a room suitable for reading, relaxing, and, of course, sleeping. Whether you choose to go bold or outfit your interior with a minimalist fixture, there's a lighting design for you.
Every Bedroom Needs a Combination of Light Sources
Unless your bedroom is extremely small, it needs more than one source of light. Various combinations of bedside lamps, floor lamps, ceiling fixtures, and mood lighting make it easy to read in bed, get dressed and undressed, enjoy romance, and relax.
From general to specific, you’ll want to layer the kinds of lighting depending on what you anticipate doing in your bedroom on a regular basis. For starters, begin building your lighting foundation with ambient lighting, or general lighting. Proper ambient light includes natural lighting via large windows or skylights, or artificial lighting; whatever provides a decent amount of lighting that’ll enable you to perform general tasks like cleaning, folding clothes, or making the bed.
Add function to your bedroom with task lighting. Wall sconces on either side of the bed provide ideal reading light; plus, wall sconces open up more room on your nightstand for your favorite books and essentials. Consider an articulating sconce for maximum movement and flexible light direction, or a more simple sconce for a classic, streamlined look.
If you expect to do activities that require a bit more focus, like reading, working or applying makeup, then consider layering on top of your general lighting with task lights. Focused task lighting need not be confined to the traditional desk task light. Consider bedside table lamps, low hanging pendants on either side of the bed, sconces, wall mounted task lights on either side of a headboard or other directional lighting placed above it.
Accent lighting is typically meant to draw attention and highlight features–like artwork–within a given space. For the bedroom, accent lighting on its own can act as a subdued version of ambient lighting, giving off a pleasant glow and creating a cozy atmosphere. Utilizing recessed lighting in the bedroom, wall sconces, tape lights or creative repurposing of other fixtures are a few ways to incorporate this feature in your bedroom’s light design.
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