Monday, November 28, 2011

Arranging Bedroom Lights



Providing us the privacy that we need is the bedroom.  It likewise offers us a restful place to unwind and sleep.    Despite having the proper furniture in the bedroom, we cannot achieve this completely if the lighting fixtures are not appropriate. 


Lighting fixtures are integral in home decorating.  Lights must be chosen and placed in the right position so they can be fully utilized by the user.  This applies to every room of the home. 


Here are a few tips on how to arrange lights for your bedroom.

First is you must have a general light, which must be installed on the ceiling.  Do not mount your general light over your bed so as not to strain your eyes.  Lights located above your bed will give you headaches, too, if you want to read or watch a movie or a TV show.


If you want to have illumination over your head, get a light that has a dimmer switch.  This will allow you to lessen the brightness it will emit and thus will not hurt your eyes.  Choose lights that are not dark or hazy.  Your best option are those that give off soft and diffused illumination. 


For table lamps, select those with dim bulbs.  Intense bulbs are not good for the eyes.  Go for lamps that can be angled, as it allows you to position it in any direction.  This is also helpful if you are not alone in the room.  If you share the bedroom with someone or you are a couple, angled lamps will not disturb your partner in his deep slumber.  Likewise, this type of lighting fixture will not be too glaring. 


It is also advisable to have two table lamps on each side of the bed is ideal if you share it with someone.  With both of you having a lamp on your side, you can do your own activity without bothering the other.


You must also install bedroom lights should have different wattages.

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