Bedroom Lights

09 Jan

Nowadays, many bedrooms are more than just places to sleep—they’re also places to work, read, and relax.

The aim is to create flexibility, and the ability to control light levels, so if someone wants to sleep and someone wants to work, you can accommodate that. Therefore, the key to a well-designed interior lighting is layering. This means combining several types of lighting to create different moods and to create flexibility within the space. The three main types of lighting are ambient, accent and task lighting, and it is important to create the right balance.

Instead of one big overhead wall mounted light, using different lighting in each area can accentuate the room lighting. At a desk, using task lights as well as a couple overhead pins to illuminate the whole space; that way you have options. Convertible bed lights/ lamp shades are trending these days which can be used as task lights as well.

Coming on to the temperature levels of light, bedroom is the area where lights will be on at night. Warm light ranging below 2700K temperature helps creating a cosier and relaxing environment for you. But considering bedrooms are not about sleeping, you need task lights as well which ideally range from 3000K- 3500K temperature providing the appropriate amount of light to you for any desk work.

    Bedroom Lights