Wonderful Lamps for Kids Rooms


Lamps for kids rooms are a wonderful way to add unique and style to any kid’s room. They help kids get over the fear that a monster or creature is hiding somewhere in their bedroom. It also helps them to not trip over anything when they get up to get a glass of water or do something in their room. There are many ways to showcase characters, hobbies, interests and creativity using kids’ lamps. On top of that, there are several kinds of lamps for kids rooms that you can get for your child’s room, so they can have the light they need to be the best they can be. They’re normally gender-specific.

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There are varieties of lamps for kids rooms. Especially if it’s about gender-specific, for girls and boys. They too are designed in a very artistic and articulate manner to match the theme of your nursery room. Lamps as a fixture do have different kinds. There are the night lights, kids’ chandelier, kids’ lamps, and floor lamps. Taking it on a gender sensitive side, let us start with the lamps for girls. Things to consider in choosing lamps for girls are the type, the design, the size and the color.

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As above mentioned, lamps do vary on types. Check your preference. Do you want a chandelier, a table lamp or a floor lamp for the girl’s room? The design, size and color come next. The design should definitely be girly like a fairytale theme of sort. The size depends on the room size certainly and the most common color would be pink. Some of the lamps for girls are adorned with stylistic accents that are really pleasing to the eyes. They are very feminine fixtures that will add flavor to the girl’s bedroom.

If you are on a nature theme, try something like the Dragonfly Desk lamp with Pigeon Sculptures and Butterflies Table Lamp. For an athletic kind of thing, the Cheerleader Lamp will surely fit. Lamps for the boys on the hand do not differ that much as to lamps for girls. They have the same level of style, design and uniqueness. One significant variation of lamps for boys to lamps for girls is the color. The most prominent for the boys is of course blue. It can also be yellow, brown, violet or red or any other but rarely pink. The themes of lamps for boys are usually sporty and adventurous unlike the fairytale kind of style for the lamps for girls. Examples are the Farm Animal Chandelier, Jungle Animal Chandelier, and Cowboy Floor Lamp. These samples are portable or free-standing lamps. There is also chandelier type like the Hot Air Balloon Chandelier and Fifi Poodle Chandelier. The difference between table lamps and chandeliers is that chandeliers are fixed and they are suspended from the ceiling with either a chain or a pipe.

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Generally, lamps for boys and lamps for girls are functional the same. There are no specific distinctions in terms of usage. They are both designed for the same lighting features. Unless otherwise there are additional features put into it especially for table lamps. As you can see, there are all sorts of lamps for kids rooms that you can choose. Just as the styles and types differ, so do the prices in these lamps. The features and function of the lamp will determine the cost. If your child is old enough, it is always best to ask what type of lamp would they like and let them decide on the lamp or at least them help pick it out. This is a great way to let your child revel in his or her uniqueness.

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33 thoughts on “Wonderful Lamps for Kids Rooms

  1. Gavin_Zain

    I, too, am not a minimalist. But I the stacks of books everywhere somewhat overwhelming. I am a book lover but the stacks I accept are not decorative. Having to these stacks to accomplish the room useful would be problematic for me. But, to each their own.

  2. Devan.Valentin.Carlton

    I vote paint! In silver! No, orange! No, blue!I know -cover it in eggshells! Cool! or what about suspending it from the ceiling and then hanging paper lanterns from it?Or suspending it and perching some of those exiguous birdies that were posted on AT not too long ago? That would be cute!Or painting totem pole kinds of pictures on it? or covering it in patterned paper delight in python or snakeskin?Make art!

  3. Caroline Elianna

    I will be captivating to Florida soon and my miniapartment is on first floor, so bought a cream lace curtain to hang and conception to hand also a drape that I can window in evening. I want a lot of lignt in my living space, so I concept of the lace. I wish you well. Your is beautiful. sincerely, mary

  4. Francisco Scott U.

    Josh,I am to know what you in the corner where the describe was taken. Maybe you can a answer using this space. Would you to an area linking kitchen and dinning area? Is it possible? If not, what would you about your refrigerator to the of the range? A handyman would that for you. If you want that these changes last more than a couple of years I a and careful conception now would you money in the future. ample luck and congrats for your home!

  5. Camila

    When “all done up”, it looks cold. The walls with the peeling paint & brick a warm texture to them. I assume this is a that when purposefully duplicated comes off as too calculated and looks cold.

  6. Dominique P.

    @jonjonjon * yes, also true!! (has got to be up there on the first world scale, maybe beneath “too many empty water bottles to carry to the recycling in one go.”*)*these are jokes people, i got jokes.

  7. Leonard M.

    Kit has been doing a job in creating new and mouth watering boutique hotel interiors over the many years in her successful UK business. be pleased her stuff a lot. Others tried the same in London but achieved little.

  8. Bailee.1991

    I actually a wide, white (or light) runner down the middle of the table, combined with a modern-looking centerpiece of some sort, would it. No need to touch any of the wood. And maybe a rectangular rug with a design?

  9. Anya@99

    The homeowners done a job of making room for the things they love. I especially delight in the floating shelf for the action figures and basically everything about the downstairs studio.

  10. Arabella

    I went to Feist as well and noticed the plethora of the Crate and Barrel Ravinia tables. After this experience, my first at Ravinia, I will my outdoor music picnicking to Milennium Park, which provides a FAR experience, both sound, and crowd-wise! The Metra breeze there and aid was horrific for a variety of reasons and the sound system at the lawn was far from “state of the art”.I dragged my incredibly heavy picnic gear (bottle of wine and 2 tupperwares of food, plus blanket and soft coolers) to work in the morning and to the Metra affirm from work, which was probably for anyone watching me. My coworker asked me if I was “running away.”

  11. Kimber Jayden Kathleen S.

    I this is my extremely approved nursery shown on this site. I everything about it. So refreshing and the artwork on the walls – how special. The only different thing I might done is a chair with color to add a bit more pop. Well done!

  12. Patrick-Marques

    house, and an bright lifestyle. I actually I was “living without” by not going out 3-4 times per week. lol Material things are nice, but I really hope one day I can truly feel I dont need things or stuff to be happy.Love the green wood, and the shingles, and the orange roof trim. And the deck. And the view.

  13. Kaden Jeffrey

    Yep, nothing says “expensive” a plastic milk crate on white hairpin legs. To their credit, the folks who made the coordinating plywood coffee table with hairpin legs did the coffee table more expensive by using twice as many legs as necessary.

  14. Sergio-Leon

    Thank you for this post! I catch it extremely distressing to read downright comments on some projects. It will dissuade others from showing their projects and opening themselves to such criticism. PLEASE monitor the comments and delete the less-than-positive ones!

  15. AlannaFridaBonnie

    I understand that you should aim to hang the artwork 57-60″ from floor to the center of the artwork. But I absorb two 8×10″ portrait silhouettes of my sons that will need to be stacked on top of each other in a more vertical space. The height of the ceiling is 107″. enact I treat the two pictures, (including the dwelling between them) as if they are one fraction and hang it as I would from floor to the center of the artwork? And is this for any art/portraits stacked on a more narrow wall?

  16. FinleyCarter

    This is comely home, and the of is truly impressive. If the 824 square feet figure wasn’t listed here, I definitely would guessed it to be larger. I imagine that achieving that balance of seeming neither sparse nor overcrowded was more difficult than appearances might suggest. I really the of colors as well, and I Newburg Green may be my favorite. The coordination of colors between rooms is particularly beautiful, and I’d really to be able through this (slowly) and earn a sense of the that it creates in person. This gets my vote for sure.

  17. Mateo Daquan K.

    Many cats not bowls made out of plastic. Why is not known; it could be a smell undetectable to us. Cats in general porcelain, which is why they drink out of sinks, tubs, toilets. I porcelain water dishes for my cats.My cats:–eat only cat food and acquire no interest in human food–love to sleep on their fleecy cat beds–love their cat tree from ArmarkatSo I guess that makes them weird. ;)Their accepted thing is cardboard boxes. I tape the boxes up, then cleave out random holes, enough for a cat to squeeze through, other holes enough for a paw. They play in them daily. One of the cats is easily stressed, and the boxes are her boltholes.

  18. Greta-2004

    We about using some of those fun shapes and colors, but it gets really expensive really fast. The astronomical hex tile from Fireclay starts at $35 per square foot. By the time we got to the last tiled of our project, we bought generic white subways.

  19. Uriel

    Because of your site, I been working on separating a few different areas of my property as “outdoor rooms”, and I chose a slightly different to them each apart. In one, I a circle of native plants surrounding a stone fountain with crimson pavers that lead to a patio.In another, I encircled an around a lemon tree with water wise plants, stone covering and brick boundaries. They private areas and we them a lot to coast away. ideas. James Wright – Improvement Manager ~ Harry Helmet

  20. FernandoSolomon

    @BarbaraM_2014 – I say them! I quite a few as well. I rotate them regularly.If you some you are considering getting rid of, they also build reusable wrapping paper for gifts. There are plenty of tutorials online on how to fold and knot the fabric.Displaying some is a possibility as well! I a few vintage ones with patterns all over. I bought a shadowbox frame years ago and can swap out which ones hang in my kitchen.

  21. Micah

    Microfiber cloths are fabulous. They so well and approach out after a toss in the washing machine. Many times, all it takes is warm water and a microfiber cloth to off appliances and or counters.

  22. Jillian_Clementine_Halle

    There is nothing Ouch or BRRR about this it is and animated and the of the Kitchen and bath are refreshing for a turn-of-the-century classic on the Upper West Side.

  23. Jesus Ricky Billy

    If you are lucky enough to live advance the Berkshires, Country Curtains has a local sale once a year around Memorial Day. Hardware and shades of all sizes and types $5 or less, curtains and bedding half off, tiebacks and trimmings for extremely cheap, lamps and misc decor items as well.

  24. Clayton Ezra Marvin G.

    @erinhatfield : Yep, trade offs. In my last place, I had a huge long living/dining area (over 30 ft long!) and liked there, but I hated that the kitchen was totally closed off from that area when cooking with a few guests over – it was to even two people doing stuff at once in that narrow kitchen.But, when I had a really group, it was to be able to pile all the dirty dishes in the closed off kitchen, and leave them there while we continued to talk for hours after eating – and not to them in our sitting dwelling at all.Trade offs. I often debated the wisdom of opening up honest the of the kitchen that could be opened up to the living location – and whether or not I would it if I ever bought the place. I moved, though, so I never had to that decision.In my place, I would not begin the kitchen to the living room even if I bought the condo, as the kitchen is grand larger, is sunny already (as my last one was) and has doors on two walls – to connect it already to the living room and dining room. I the to it up it is really there when the kitchen is smaller and more claustrophobic. As the ones in this video would be. The kitchen in each is not claustrophobic, as it has been opened in each case to more dwelling and sightlines, and in the one that connect it to the room, to more natural light and outside views as well.

  25. Saoirse.1995

    Actually we seriously considered doing our bathroom in these tiles a different color. We saw them and compared them to the ones we bought at location Depot and Lowes. I know the box stores are not extremely popular, but honestly, I loved the tile, they were local, they were not as expensive as tile stores and they great.

  26. Evelynn Ariya G.

    This is a for me now. I made drapes for my apartment from fabric that I was going to really great. It turns out it was not the best answer. What I need is a light weight woven fabric in a neutral solid color with some texture to it. All of this at an affordable price. To on line, it has to be priced competitively (shipping cost included) with what I can here in the city. Thus far I bear not found anything at any cost point similar to what I I need.

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