Unique Children’s Lights: Brighten Up Kids’ Room Decor Easily

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Unique Children’s Lights: Brighten Up Kids’ Room Decor Easily

July 19, 2012 By Lime Tree Kids Kids Decor comments

Thinking about adding some light and loveliness to your child’s bedroom? 

Don’t want to spend a ton but still brighten up the kids’ room décor? 

Want a quick and easy way to bring color and energy into your child’s room?

We have the perfect solution for you – fun and unique children’s lights. Lights and lamps are a great way to spruce up the décor of any room and kids’ rooms are no different. 

You can instantly change the way your child’s bedroom looks by adding some cute and kitschy lighting. Here are some great ideas for unique children’s lights to literally, light up your little one’s room: 

1. Fairy String Lights

One of the easiest ways to add new lighting fixtures is to add string or fairy lights. These can easily be wrapped around a piece of furniture or simply, strung out on the wall. Delicate and softly hued, these lights add both festive feel and kiddie cuteness to a room. 

2. Shaped String Lights

Taking string lights to a whole new level are sweetly shaped string lights. Whether your bubba loves cars or butterflies, you can get string lights in those shapes and bring in brightness to their rooms.  Other shapes include stars, daisies and dinosaurs!

3. Night Lights

Want to chase away the nightmares and there’s-a-monster-under-my-bed wails? Get some cute night lamps that will soothe a bub’s little heart and look super-sweet too. Get one with an automatic timer switch off such as this adorable Gus the Turtle night light and you’ll be saving on power bills too! 

4. Lamps and Shades

Finally, you can always spruce up the lighting in a child’s room by changing the shades for an existing light or adding a new lamp. Choose a print or style that matches the existing color scheme but isn’t too coordinated as well. We all know how often kids change their minds, right? So, get a lamp or lampshade that fits in well but will be able to adapt to a change in the room’s décor scheme as well. 

Choosing and updating lighting for children’s rooms is a fun and creative exercise. Depending upon your little one’s age and whether the room is shared by siblings or not, involve your kids in the decision-making process. Let them pick colors or shapes, or the place where they’d like the new light fixture to be. 

Yes, make lighting up your child’s room an activity as bright and lively as the lights themselves.