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.
Kid-Themed Pendants. From motorcycles to basketballs, there are novelty pendant lights on the market to suit every child's passion. Let your kid pick out a pendant light for his or her room for a truly special touch. Novelty Flush Mounts. Landmark Lighting has created an array of super-affordable "Kidshine" semi-mounts in whimsical designs to spur children's imaginations. These no-fuss general lighting options are always a winner for children's room lighting.
While planning and designing your child's room lighting needs, there are safety issues to consider first. The safest kinds of lighting fixtures to use in your child's room are central ceiling fixtures, child wall lights and track lighting. The advantage here is that these types of fixtures won't get damaged if your kids start playing around the room. Try to keep any light sources out of your child's reach is always a good way to prevent light burns. In any case if you can't avoid it then any light that their little hands can reach should preferably be fitted with compact fluorescent bulbs which are cool to touch Use track lighting or wall lights instead of table lamps since they always get knocked over and believe us, always us. When installing electrical wall socket, see that there are no loose cords hanging around and cover the empty sockets to ensure prying fingers can't put it inside. Also avoid low pendant lights. They can be a hazard during pillow fights or when jumping on the bed.
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