Bedroom Interior Designs — May 17, 2011 at 1:09 am

The Perfect Light to Offset Your Bedroom's Interior Design

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Bedroom with a chandelier

Bedroom with a chandelier

Lighting in any house is very important. It is needed not just for visibility but also for visual appeal. While a light illuminates other objects in a room, as a fixture itself, it can be quite beautiful. There are many kinds of lighting fixtures that include but are not limited to chandeliers, ceiling lamps, bedside lamps, standing lampshades, tube lights and so on.

It is important to find the right kind of lighting fixture that suits your house. It cannot clash with the entire decoration, unless you’re trying to go for cheeky juxtaposition. In this case an ornate chandelier may look wonderful in a sparse and minimalist room. Alternately, it may be great to have very sparse, sleek looking lamps in a very grandly decorated space.

An important thing to remember about lighting fixtures is that they need to be carefully attached or placed. They should not cause electric shocks and hanging fixtures, like chandeliers, should be carefully screwed to the ceiling in order to avoid dangerous mishaps and broken glass. Chandeliers that do not use bulbs but instead use actual candles should be treated with care to avoid fires and other such hazards.

Size is important for chandeliers. Something too big can take away from the rest of the room, but if that is your plan, go ahead. If you want to make your chandelier the center of attraction in an otherwise simple room, then it is a good idea to get the biggest and most attractive chandelier possible. If the room is already decorated with a faux- Victorian feel and is very decadent, then get a big chandelier as well. However, if you want to be subtle, get a medium sized one with simple decorations.

The main use of a lighting fixture is the provide light, so obviously you have to make sure your chandelier provides sufficient light to the user or inhabitant of the house.

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