Hi there! I’m Joanna, a blogger for Arcadian Lighting, a terrific source for all things lighting fixtures in every style and finish. I’m excited to be guest posting here on Vered Rosen Design. I’ve brought along lots of inspiration for bedside lighting. Lighting is such an important design element that needs special attention. I hope you find an idea or two to help you when lighting your own décor. Enjoy!
Two rustic corbels are repurposed for twin bedside lamps set atop a fabric covered wall. The unusual look of the lights adds interest to the space.
Two lovely pendants dangle from the ceiling beside a simple platform bed. The space has an Asian influence.
Two brilliant chandeliers hang at the bedside in this flirty white and neon space. I would love to see the lights at nighttime.
A single copper lamp sits at the bedside in this eclectic bedroom. The solid light is a nice companion to the business of the wallpaper and bedding.
This guest room gets its lighting from a pair of lamps within reach of the room’s twin beds. The blue of lamps is in keeping with the subtle blue and champagne of the rest of the room.
A Bohemian bedroom gets its nighttime lighting from a simple desk lamp and a pretty wrought iron floor lamp. This quirky combination works with the eclectic elements in the rest of the space.
Wrought iron mini chandeliers light this country style bedroom. The crisp white bedding is lovely against the dark woods and the cream walls.
Two doors hold twin wall sconces in this eclectic bedroom. I love the way the delicate fixtures play off of the roughness of the doors. Images 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 Bedside lighting doesn't always have to be table lamps, there is a world full of possibilities out there and I hope this post inspired you to try them. Which unconventional bedside lighting is your favorite? Comment below and don't forget to check out our lovely pendant lights at Arcadian Lighting.
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