Kids night lights are great to put throughout your house for anyone that has to get up for any reason in the middle of the night. They can be put in hallways and near steps to prevent trips and falls. They can light up any area where you may have to go at night and eliminates the need to turn on overhead lights or to have a flashlight. You can find ones that will turn off when they sense daylight, saving you not only energy, but also the need to bend over to turn them on and off each morning and night.
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.
Accent lighting should be ideally situated to add to the room's comfort level. It is purely decorative in nature and can be used to highlight treasured accessories. In an infant nursery situation lighting is just as valuable to the parents as it is to the newborn. Since you'll be spending a considerable amount of time in your baby's room it's important that you have an effective ceiling light fixture as well as a decorative child lamp or two that gives off sufficient light. Such light is important when it comes to changing your baby or reading stories.
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