Upon entering a room, there should be a light switch next to the door, ensuring a certain measure of brightness. Recessed or surface-mounted ceiling lamps are an excellent option to sufficiently illuminate the walls and floor.
Indirect lighting is a good option here to evenly and softly illuminate the entire room.
Sensible comfort is when the overhead or wall lighting can be turned on and off from both sides of the bed. These light switches should work independently of one another.
These bedtable light switches must be calculated early on in the electrical planning of your home.
Table, wall or clamp lights are excellent bed lighting, if possible dimmable and individually adjustable. Indirect lighting, for example behind the bed frame, brings additional, warm light.
Lamps with fabric shades are very popular and create a homey, idyllic atmosphere
Spacious bedrooms can become even more comfortable and inviting with a cosy corner for reading, lighted by an uplighter with integrated reading lamp.
An extra reading lamp, integrated into your wall or table lamp, provides supplementary light when needed.
To achieve both optical and functional quality, there are other criteria to consider when selecting your lighting concept: