Used as a night light in a child's or baby's room, these lamps will also be perfect as a decorative light in a design living room.
In raw or painted wood (Farrow & Ball colours), the lamp is available in 4 sizes: 25, 40, 60 or 70 cm.
Choosing your child's lamp requires a number of features to be taken into account from the list. Technical and safety aspects should be the first consideration when choosing your lamp.
First of all, make sure that the European standards are marked on the instructions, packaging or somewhere on your lamp. This will inform you that the child lamp complies with safety standards.
Also, before you buy your children's lamp, check whether the children's room has enough sockets to ensure that each of your items has the power it needs.
Opt for lights that focus on the durability of their product.
Don't buy products that won't last. Choose items that are made of reliable, durable and responsible materials. For your children's lamp, choose LED lighting. This type of light consumes very little energy compared to conventional lighting, as the bulbs do not heat up.
Designed to last for an indefinite period of time, with an LED children's lamp, we guarantee you a long life for the products you have chosen. It's also a responsible way for your child to grow up in an environment that cares about the planet and the products that come with it.
The lamp in your child's room can have different functions.
Firstly, your child's room needs a main light. This baby room lamp will illuminate the whole of your child's room with just this one energy source.
This type of lighting will provide your child with all the light he or she needs in the space required.
You also have secondary lights that will tick off some of your child's daily needs.
- Initially, the LED nightlight is quickly becoming a part of parents' and children's lives, whether it is the classic nightlight or the more decorative LED mushroom lamp.
Many children, and sometimes even adults, are frightened by the monsters that may be hiding under the bed, in the wardrobe or in the four corners of your toddler's room. Children's imaginations never cease to create bizarre creatures that come to scare them at night. Therefore, the nightlight is a good option to reassure your child. The nightlight is a type of light that accompanies your child at bedtime. You can put it on before bedtime until your baby falls asleep, or leave it on all night so that your child is reassured from start to finish if he or she wakes up in the middle of the night.
The nightlight consists of a soft light that will bring a hint of brightness to your child's room. We advise you to choose a children's nightlight of less than 20 WATTS. This is enough power to put your child in the arms of Morpheus.
- You also have the garland. A decorative element but also a source of light, the string light offers a diffuse source of light for the child's bedroom.
Vary the light sources in your child's room to suit their different needs. Choose lights that do not assault your child's eyes with more diffuse lighting when your toddler needs it.
You can install your child's various lights in the four corners of his room.
You have the children's bedside lamp, as it is essential to have a light source next to your child's bed.
Place the bedside lamp on your child's bedside table. Once the nightlight stage is over, place the children's bedside lamp close to their bed. The LED bedside lamp will act as a good transition to continue to reassure your child during the night. There are also touch-sensitive bedside lamps that allow you to adapt the different levels of brightness according to your child's needs.
Thanks to the bedside lamp your child will be able to read his little stories before falling asleep without disturbing his little eyes too much at bedtime.
The desk lamp.
The children's desk lamp is, unsurprisingly, to be installed on your toddler's desk. The LED desk lamp will accompany your child when drawing, colouring or, when they are older, doing their homework. This lamp will focus the light your child needs on him and the material he is working on. A good way to direct your child's concentration to the right place for greater productivity.
Here's a tip. Place your child's lamp opposite his dominant hand. For example, if your kid is right-handed, place your light at the top left of your desk so that your toddler doesn't get confused by shadows if your lamp is not placed correctly.
The wall lamp.
There are a variety of wall lights that can be used to decorate your child's room and create a cosy atmosphere.
A multitude of designs exist to immerse your child in the world of his choice. The wall lamp will subdue your child's room and bring that feeling of refuge, warmth and benevolence where your child can only feel good.
Choose a children's lamp that complies with European standards, which guarantees the product's functionality and safety. The durability of the product you choose is also essential. For this purpose, LED lamps are recommended for any room in your home. For example, choose an LED child nightlight, a LED bedside lamp....
As you can see, you have a wide range of choices with main lamps, night lights, garlands... All installed in a strategic place in your child's room; on the desk, the night table or even on the walls.
Whether it is a pretty novelty, made of wood, metal, white or coloured, standing or hanging, the lamp is an essential element in the decoration of children's rooms. On our website, you will find a nice selection with a fast delivery and at the best price.
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