Install wall-hung lighting
This chalet-style bedroom features an attractive symmetrical arrangement of two adjustable wall lights, making it easy to read without needing to keep the main room lights on. When not in use, the lights can be rearranged to return the bedroom to its calm, symmetrical and composed state.
Hang fairy lights.
Cast a comforting glow in your bedroom. Give fairy lights a permanent home and they’ll add a magical glow to any space. Fairy lights are the perfect solution if you live in a rented property and don’t have the freedom to decorate. This set of fairy lights twinkles like stars against the midnight sky tones of the wall. Opt for a table lamp with a patterned shade
A striking lampshade in a bold houndstooth pattern draws the eye in this eclectic bedroom. Strong block colour on the walls is carried through to the accessories and soft furnishings, while the bold paisley print on the beautiful upholstered bed helps to unify the striking scheme.
Illuminate with LED lights
LED spotlights have been built into the frame to illuminate this vanity mirror, perfect for grooming and make up application. Here, the black-framed mirror with LED lights is a direct reflection of the framed prints on the opposite wall.
Make the most of available space
If you only have space on one side of the bed, then consider an adjustable wall-hung lamp. This lamp has a long arm that can be angled to make it easy to read or perform a variety of tasks when the main light is off.
Choose semi-transparent shades
While the letterbox window of this bedroom floods the bed and the room with light during the day, at night, bedside lights are essential. The table lamps seen here are tall enough so that when switched on, a broad shaft of light falls across the pillows, while their sculptural forms provide a link between the top and bottom halves of the room. Their semi-transparent white shades also mean that, during the day, natural light streams through them, enhancing, not upsetting, the dreamy effect of the glamorous bedroom.
Similar mirrored chest
Consider fun and quirky lighting
An oversized, bulb-lit anchor serves as a practical but fun and decorative source of light in this child’s bedroom. Its distinctive shape also instantly creates a sense of a theme for the easily tidied scheme. As with all electrical accessories, make sure the light is safe; a light this size needs to be securely fixed so that it does not fall over at any poin
Think about hanging your light from the ceiling
Read more at https://www.idealhome.co.uk/bedroom/bedroom-ideas/bedroom-lighting-for-restful-retreats-83615#Ye6ZyoQWX5QD0FUp.99 In a small bedroom there are only so many ways of arranging a bed, so fixed lighting is less likely to cause problems later on. Wall-mounted or ceiling-hung bedroom lighting is particularly effective as it leaves you with more floor space to use for furniture, as well as access to the bed, drawers and cupboards. This bedroom pendant light is both decorative and practical and is a clever way to make a focal statement in a relaxed bedroom scheme. To get the position absolutely right, first position your bed.
Work in mood lighting for reading
A combination of fittings is used to light this contemporary bedroom. Mood lighting is provided by the paint-matched uplighters set at picture-rail height around the room, while the task lighting takes the form of neat reading lights positioned above the headboard. Their flexible design, rendered in industrial aluminium, adds a sculptural twist to the monochrome scheme.
Make use of floor space
Mismatched white bedside lamps set against the bold poppies and peonies mural in this vibrant bedroom are a simple way of making sure that nothing competes with the oversized floral design. For a more formal effect, you could use large drum shades in a rich red or orange and stand them on substantial bases coloured to match the painted wood of the four poster bed.