Before purchasing a child lamp be sure to look for one's that won't tip easily, produce too much heat or is too heavy in the event that your child does manage to knock or pull it off her desk or table top. A good child lamp is well-balanced and able to be fastened securely onto a desk. If your child has a computer in her room, you'll want to ensure that she has ambient as well as task lighting that's compatible. The trick here is to use task lighting to illuminate what is on the monitor and use an ambient light source to eliminate any contrast.
Character lamps are always a hit among kids are very easy to find. You can find this type of lighting online or in the mall in your neighborhood. You might want to buy this for your little one so it can also be a sort of "companion" for him or her at night. If it's a licensed character merchandise, it can even turn into a valuable collector's item after a few years.
A ceiling light fixture is an ideal alternative as you never have to worry about lamps being knocked over. For the rooms of younger kids consider general ambient lighting that comes from a ceiling light fixture. Over time you can add localized task lighting into the mix as your child begins using her room for more refined activities like reading or arts and crafts.
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