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.
A dimmer switch is another good feature to have in a kid room. Such a switch allows you to brighten the room when required and then lower the light at bedtime. The safest kinds of ambient light fixtures to use in your child's room are wall scones, recessed fixtures and track lighting. The advantage here is that these types of fixtures won't get damaged if your kids start rough housing whereas another type of child lamp may. Also keeping any light sources out of your child's reach is always a good way to prevent burns.
You might also look into putting night time lighting in your own room if your little child comes to your room frequently in the middle of the night due to bad dreams or nightmares. It's also wise to put them in the bathroom near the light switch so that children can see their way clearly to use the toilet any time during the night. One more spot you might like to place one is in the kitchen in order that little ones can easily see if they need to get a glass of water or juice at night.
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