23, Feb 2020 | Interior Design
Choosing the perfect light to brighten a child’s room can have a huge impact. For that reason, Circu Blog is going to show you how to how to stay on trend and still properly light your kids bedroom with these incredible ideas. Take a look:
Ceiling lights don’t have to be boring. The Guggenheim chandelier was designed as a result of the leading-edge architecture. A masterpiece from LUXXU that can be used in a modern entryway or as a bedroom ceiling lamp.
Designed as a tribute to the mid-20th-century race to space, Cosmo modern chandelier is inspired by space, galaxies and the planets that surround us. It is a memorable lighting fixture, with very unique details that make it the luxurious bespoke design piece that it is.
This cloud-shaped lamp has a cotton-like texture that replicates the fictional feeling of a fluffy cloud. Inspired by the Pixar short-film “Partly Cloudy”, the design relates to the sense of serenity and peace transmitted by clouds, the same feeling we want to create in the children’s rooms with this realistic Cloud Lamp. With a sound system and colour changing RGB light remotely controlled, this suspension lamp can be used to create a calm atmosphere for the bedtime.
Make your light a part of the scenery by incorporating it in the overall decor. Diana is a vintage industrial wall lamp, inspired by the classic designs of the mid-century modern age. A true industrial design icon, Diana has a mount and swing arm handmade in brass, with a lampshade made in aluminium.
If your child wants a night light, make sure it’s one they’re proud to show off. These playful dinosaurs will keep guard over your little one throughout the night. Pick from a dinosaur, polar bear, elephant, flamingo or unicorn.
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