Floor Lamps For Kids Room – There are some great designs available for kids rooms these days, from beds fashioned into fire engines or JCB’s and stools resembling zebras, to racing car wardrobes and jungle table and chair sets. If money is no problem then you can have loads of fun decorating your child’s room to make it a fun and exciting place to be.
There are lots of colorful and quirky options available in the high street stores and online. Kids love themes, you can find bedspreads, curtains, and rugs following the same theme then match them with desk and floor lamps all decorated with the same cartoon character, superhero, sports, jungle animals or fairy tale scene.
Sports, princesses, cartoons and the latest superhero are some of the most popular themes for younger kids, furnishing their room how they like will encourage them to use it for entertaining their friends and doing their homework. The area needs to be a place that they enjoy being in and offer a personal space they can take their friends and do their own thing, the decor and furnishings can help to achieve this. There is even themed wallpaper available, for girls check out the magical fairies or horse and pony mural, whereas the boys get space adventures and dinosaurs.
Lighting is an important element in any room for functional and aesthetic reasons. A child’s room will need a bright main light to see clearly by and soft lighting for relaxation. If the child is older then the light will need to be sufficient for them to do their homework and read without straining their eyes, if younger then a nightlight is a good idea for those who don’t like to sleep in the dark.
Ceiling lights can generate an ambient glow in your child’s room, you can find those with a flush fitting for a low ceiling or one with a theme, novelty or character such as a football, a mobile and light combined, rocket shaped low energy ceiling lights, and various bright designs using halogen spotlights.
Safety is a major element to consider when choosing light fixtures for children’s lighting, they need to be bright enough to see clearly, but also they need to be out of reach of inquisitive hands. If you are buying table lamps ensure the bulb is covered so they can’t try to touch it.
For very young children in a nursery, you can install night lights to give a soft illumination during the night and provide a source of comfort should the child wake up. Choose from Winnie the Pooh battery operated night lights or Nemo or Disney princess for really cute ideas that will comfort them. There are lots of energy saving light fittings available too, check out for lamps and lights that offer this feature and you’ll save money and educate your child about helping to reduce damage to the planet. Look for the Energy Saving Trust Certification Mark on lighting products to ensure the meet the current regulations.
Floor lamps are a simple way to add light and decor to your child’s room and come in modern and fun designs and shapes, with various sizes available you’re sure to find something suitable. They are great for highlighting a particular area of the room, you could even create a reading corner using them, they’ll throw extra light onto a working space if your child has homework to complete, or just provide a softer light when it’s time to wind down.