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Bedroom Chandelier Lighting
Mix It Up
In a large bedroom with a lot of decorative eye candy, coordinating different types of lighting can enhance certain areas of the room without washing it out. To really illuminate this exotic master bedroom, designer Christopher Grubb installed various light fixtures with different tasks in mind. The recessed accent lights bring the focus to the tapestries and wall art, while recessed can lights around the room provide the most lighting possible while also opening up the space. Although there are lights placed directly above the bed for reading, the matching table lamps can also be used as task lighting when the can lights feel too harsh.
To create a modern look in your bedroom that also saves space, hang low-watt pendant light fixtures from the ceiling right above your nightstands. To add even more interest to the space, hang the fixtures at different heights. The pendants offer a soft, soothing source of light and provide a contemporary decorative element. Since these won’t completely light up the room on their own, add complementary light sources, like a table lamp across the room. Photo courtesy of Lexington Home Brands
Photo By: Courtesy of Lexington Home Brands
A separate seating area is the perfect place for an illuminating light fixture of its own. Despite the dark navy draperies and walls, this elegant lounging spot has plenty of light for reading. When natural light isn’t an option, the swing-arm floor lamp provides the perfect amount of light. To ensure this dark room doesn’t feel cold and dark, designer Jennifer Duneier used white accents to brighten up the space, as well as a crisp, white lampshade to guarantee the fixture emits as much light as possible.
To provide a sense of ambiance and sensuality, various types of lighting were used throughout this guest bedroom and bathroom suite. Designer Am lie de Gaulle placed accent lights above the bed to enhance the Bhutanese fabric artwork and also to provide the best light source for reading. Three pendant lights in the bathroom provide a form of task lighting while also illuminating the adjacent bedroom area. And an unexpected form of lighting comes from the antique Chinese silk screen lit from behind with a hidden fluorescent fixture. Design by Am lie de Gaulle of Am lie de Gaulle Interiors
Evenly spaced recessed can lights truly enhance the gold and metallic hues of this luxurious master bedroom. For additional lighting, four table lamps deliver focused task lighting around the bed and dressers. Plus, dark floor-to-ceiling draperies make it easy to shield the natural light from the window and quickly set the mood. “Think boutique hotel rooms with blackout curtains; augment with a myriad of light sources on dimmers, of course. It’ll always feel like you’re on vacation at home,” says Jamie Laubhan-Oliver.
There’s no better way to spice up an elevated floor use frosted bulbs in fixtures with shades.