After a long day there’s nothing better than crawling under your duvet and recharging your batteries. The bedroom is one of the home’s most important rooms, a place for calm, comfort and relaxation. You spend about 1/3 of your life in bed, so you might as well have some lovely lamps to look at while you’re there. A lamp for over or beside the bed is an important decision and there are many possibilities. Do you read a good book before bedtime, chill out with your phone or watch an episode of your favourite TV series? CNo matter which, choose a new bed lamp with care. Should it be simple or complex? Classic or offbeat? Big or small? With the right bed lamp your can make your bedroom the cosiest room in the house!
When you’ve crawled into bed and you’re winding down to enjoy a good night’s sleep, it’s essential to have the perfect light. Use a bedside lamp with a dimmer, so you can adjust the brightness to suit your needs at any given time. A bedside lamp with a touch dimmer or with a switch on the base can be helpful because it saves you fumbling for the switch on a needlessly long cable, making it nice and easy to turn the lamp on and off, not to mention dim the light.
Bedside wall lamps
Choosing the perfect bedside lamp can be difficult. If you want to keep your nightstand free, consider mounting a bedside lamp on the wall, freeing up your nightstand for other objects. A wall lamp can also contribute a directional light, so you don’t disturb the person lying next to you, and a wall lamp with a flexible, adjustable head can come in handy because it allows you to adjust the light to shine in whichever direction you want.
Bedside lamps for adults or children
If you want a bedside lamp for an adult’s bedroom, a lamp with a soft, uniform, glare-free glow is perfect. Look for lamps with 2,700 to 3,000 Kelvin, which provide a warm white and comfortable light for a cosy, relaxed atmosphere, making the room a lovely place to be.
If, on the other hand, you need a bedside lamp for a child’s room, then an LED light source is the perfect solution. LED lights don’t get hot, so your child won’t burn their fingers. Meanwhile, an LED light is energy efficient, and you can turn it on and off over and over without breaking the bulb or creating shocks. LED lights are also maintenance-free, and the bulb doesn’t break, so you don’t need to worry about changing the bulb all the time.