Your child's bedroom should be a safe haven, a place where fun flows along with creativity and productive thoughts. Lighting a room with so many purposes can be challenging. However before you start buying and putting the lights in their room, wait and spend some time in understanding your child's needs, personality and other small things. Children's have slightly different lighting needs from us, adults. Also you should take decorating your child's room as a great opportunity to illustrate off your playful side, do some personal bonding, and allow your children to be creative. Use your as many ideas and imaginations for decorating but, please keep one thing in mind, it should reflect your child's personality and needs, not yours where we as parents make a mistake.
Most adults have vivid memories of what their childhood room was like. Kids' rooms are a very special and safe space, filled with all of the memories of childhood. While lighting for children's rooms is often an afterthought, it can be a way to truly reflect your child's unique personality and interests.
Planning lighting needs for your child's room is a great opportunity for you to show off your playful side, do some personal bonding, and will also allow your children to be creative. Use all your imaginative ideas in the process but the important thing to remember here is it should reflect your child's personality, not yours. Talk to your child while making them part of your design work. Be interactive and if needed take them along with you while buying the lighting things. In any kid room you need to consider three types of lighting; ambient light which fills the whole room, Task lighting is the kind of lighting that brightens a particular area and finally accent lighting that adds a novelty touch to your child's room.
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