Choosing an appropriate lighting for a children’s bedroom is an essential moment of its interior configuration.
It should provide good comfort for the child during both the day and night time. Natural daylight should be used for as long as possible. The child’s bedroom shouldn’t be darkened by hard curtains, but rather have fine, silk ones in light colours, which let the light in. The walls should also be in light tones. The desk should be near a window, so the student can advantage of the daylight, when studying. Synthetic lighting should be equally spread on the ceiling’s entire surface.
Teen bedroom lighting
If the room is small, one central light source is sufficient, however, the desktops should have additional lighting. A desktop lamp is a must for the place, meant for reading. The child’s comfort and calmness during the night can be assured by a night light near the bed, or built in the wall over it. The teenager’s bedroom allows more freedom in the choice of lighting. Apart from the traditional lighting by a chandelier, night or desk lamps, a pleasant atmosphere can be created in the room by artistic lighting. LED systems are appropriate, as they can be built in either the floor or ceiling, since they are extremely thin.
Lights for kid`s bedroom
Some of them can be multicolour, ranging between the different colours of the rainbow, or the shades of a smaller group of colours. Flexible or straight diode lights, placed on different places on the floor or ceiling, are also appropriate. Patterned and most often moon-shaped lights are suitable for a teenager’s room, as they are reminiscent of one of his favourite places – the discotheque, this way, he can use the room for small parties with friends.
Modern lighting teen room interior
An interesting idea is placing fine vertical lines on the walls, which attract the eye upwards to the main light sources, especially if there is a surprise effect sought. It is important that the lighting is suitable to the needs and preferences of the room’s inhabitant. Strong daylight should be present in the room at all parts of the day, since this is not only the place, where the teenager haves fun, but also the place, where he reads and studies. The lighting in the child’s bedroom should above all be safe to use and easy to tamper with.
Text by B. Angelov