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Kids’ bedrooms are their special places in the house. They can have whatever decorations and furniture they like, within reason, and they get to choose the colours of the walls and curtains. It’s important that you make sure that the lighting in their bedroom is right for them too. 

When it comes to lighting up your child’s bedroom, there are a lot of bedroom lighting options to choose from. Do you want a bright and cheery atmosphere or something more subdued? 

Whether you’re looking for lamps, overhead lighting, or something entirely different, our kid’s bedroom lighting fixtures and ideas are a magical way to bring light and creativity to their space.

  1. Lava lamps

If you’re looking for a way to add some fun and whimsy to your child’s bedroom, consider adding a lava lamp. Lava lamps are a classic retro décor item that can add some personality to any room. They come in a variety of colours and sizes, so you can find the perfect one for your child’s space. Best of all, lava lamps are relatively affordable, making them a cost-effective way to add some character to your child’s room.

  1. Globe lights to inspire their dreams

Kids love globes. They are great for stimulating curiosity and interest in geography, cultures, and the world as a whole. Take their dreams further and inspire their travels by having globe lamps serve as a comfortable and cosy light source.

  1. Create a cosy light den

Kids are often drawn to the light, and with good reason. Light gives them something to do during dark winter days when they can’t go outside or play in their backyards like other times of the year. It’s also a way for kids to feel safe while sleeping at night, knowing that there is always a place they can snuggle up under some dreamy night fixtures. 

Creating a light den could be adding warm hues in a reading nook, setting up a TP tent dotted with fairy lights or sticking some glow in the dark stickers on the ceiling.

  1. Desk lamps

Is your child’s bedroom looking a little too dark? Are they struggling to read or do their homework in the evening? It might be time to invest in a desk lamp! Not only will this provide them with extra light, but it can also add personality and brightness to their room. 

There are many different styles and colours to choose from, so you can find the perfect lamp for your child’s room. Plus, desk lamps are typically more affordable than floor lamps, making them a great option for budget-conscious parents.

  1. Creative paper lantern lamps

Look up in the sky! It’s a bird, it’s a plane, no wait it’s just some kids’ paper lanterns. Paper lanterns are a great way to dress up any room, and they’re especially perfect for kids’ bedrooms. They come in all sorts of colours and patterns, so you can find the perfect one to match your child’s personality. 

  1. Quirky night lights

There’s something so fun and whimsical about lamps adorned with characters or designs that light up a room with personality. Because night lights come in different shapes and designs, they can suit a range of ages and bedroom designs. From animal-shaped lamps to maps of the world, there’s sure to be a design that will light up your kid’s face just in time for bedtime. 

  1. Class floor lamps

Are you looking for a way to brighten up your child’s bedroom? Do they have trouble falling asleep at night because the room is too dark? A good floor lamp might be just what you need. Floor lamps are designed with kids in mind and can be used as an additional light source or as a reading light. They’re also perfect for making bedtime stories feel more magical.

  1. LED Constellations

Kids love looking up at the stars, dreaming about what life might be like out there in the universe. You can help bring the stars inside their bedrooms by creating LED constellations! LED lights for bedrooms inspired by the stars are simple to make (you simply need to arrange the lights into a constellation pattern on the ceiling), and they add a fun decorative touch to any kids bedroom. Plus, they can learn a bit of astronomy while they’re at it.