As we've learned, lighting can affect one's mood and behavior in different ways. Kids are no different. If you are looking to update the lighting in your child's bedroom or playroom, here are a few ideas that will leave both you and your kids happy.
For the child's bedroom, you'll want to consider lighting that will promote relaxation as your child winds down at the end of the day. Using bulbs with a color temperature at or below 3000K will provide warm lighting for a calming environment.
To add some creativity to a child's room, use decorative lights. A quick tip to go by is that less is more regarding decorative lighting. Make sure there are a few standard lighting options available in the room as well.
The Memory Wall Light will add an element of fun, colour and feature lighting to your child’s bedroom or playroom areas. Perfect for adding another lighting layer at Wall height this time. It’ll provide interest and liven up their spaces.
You may find the space and furniture unsuitable as your children grow and develop, as do their preferences and interests. Your children are constantly growing and extending from their first steps to their first solo adventures. Following these kids' room decorating tips, you'll encourage your child(ren) to keep learning, dreaming, and expressing themselves at every stage of growing up. Don't worry! You don't have to spend so much on changing the kids' room decoration.
Ideally, you should also set up a playful, imaginative, and bright nursery for your baby because, as you know, such an environment is essential for their development. Nursery rhymes and instruments like xylophones will help him internalize sounds much better than building blocks and cuddly bears. You can stimulate your child visually with picture books, ceiling decorations, and wall art hung next to the crib.
Obviously, a little more thought needs to be applied from a safety and practical viewpoint when it comes to choosing lighting for children’s bedrooms. They’re multifunctional spaces AND they’re learning the dos and don’t’s. Mainly the later, and my only advice is to be strong and you’ll get there eventually!
Natural light is essential to any space but it’s even more important with children’s bedrooms and playrooms. You’ll need to make sure their room receives as much natural light as possible so that they and YOU can move around safely, especially when they reach the Lego stage!
Lighting does so much more than the bare minimum when it comes to illuminating a space. It sets the tone of a room, complements the decor and provides visual clarity in task-oriented areas. Lighting is especially important in kids rooms where safety is paramount. Thus, the perfect lighting is one that lights the way without being an eyesore.