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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Fun Awesome Lamps for Kids Rooms

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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82 thoughts on “Wonderful Lamps for Kids Rooms

  1. ReaganDakotaKatalina

    Thank you White on White!!SO over the faux stag heads.Ditto to “Keep and Carry On”.The approved sense that many acquire reminded us…yes, yes, by all means if you honestly LURVE a thing, then for it. but, most of what has been mentioned in this thread has either been overused as a element (fake antlers on everything.. sigh) or is kinda (books as a element, often deconstructed! for shame.).

  2. Lilianna K.

    The worst thing about this machine is that cat hair inevitably clogs the drain pipe and it fills up (and possibly overflows?) with poopy water. Apparently there is quite a lot of hair in cat *. I really, really wanted one until I found out the defective details.

  3. Izabella-Kinslee

    @TracyBRO White is expected? Maybe, but would you it? Would it work in your space? If yes do it, your house, whatever makes you should be in it, regardless of who expects what. 😉

  4. DominiqueAri

    Wow wow wow! I her opening bit about Marie Antoinette, living in a modest American manor house — which, if you know your history — could happened; there was a to bring her over to live in the Scranton of Pennsylvania by some Catholic priests. I really bask in how a sort of Edward Gorey vibe comes in, but not in so macabre an interpretation that it becomes too “gory.”Love that burst of blue in the kitchen which (seemingly) matches the vibrant front door…

  5. Callie-Gwen

    My first year roommate was anorexic and manic-depressive. She never left the room… EVER. She had also never been away from home (an estate) for more than a night, so college was a awakening. Her mother visited 2-3 times/month. Did I mention she was a total slob and obsessed with really gaudy pastel colored * EVERYWHERE?Ugh. I stuck it out for the year and then moved in with a friend with a similar living style. We filled our room with spider plants and got a oriental rug on sale from IKEA. We drank a lot of wine that year. It was fabulous.

  6. Taylor

    does anyone any suggestions for sources for and affordable bottles appropriate for the shower…i want to replace all of my branded bottles for a more streamlined (and a continuation of the bottle-ban from AT Kitchen)…

  7. LucyElisabethJoyce

    @DJShortShorts I believe getting a cat is a idea. Since she is in an apartment other people may be putting out mouse poison. If her cat eats a mouse that has ingested the poison the cat can also be poisoned. Better to effect as others advised and mobilizing neighbors and hounding the landlord.

  8. GenesisEmilee

    I bought a fixer-upper last fall, and I been mainly focused on major practical renovations (new windows, siding, a ton of insulation) ever since. We are only just now starting to the inside habitable….the past year has been extremely stressful, and I a kitchen renovation, current flooring, landscaping, and a basement to finish!!I assume my main project will be to tackle the front porch. So that includes the organization of shoes, coats, and accessories, a seating area, a landing *, and patching drywall on the bulkhead from the kitchen fan that was into during our siding installation the fall.

  9. Griffin.Kristian.Lamar

    @Sjbern “How about being able to off on our as children without someone calling CPA on our parents? “Oh, yes. That is one of the worst changes that happened. My friends and I could out into the woods and skate on a pond there for hours with no * supervision, and no one had to worry. But today, unfortunately, there seem to be a lot more pedophiles and other evildoers around.

  10. Caleb_Shane_Mathias

    I agree with mannequingirl. Definitely the Rimowa all the way. engineering. We had ours for years (before we even considered stocking it) and it is just fares better than standard travelpro upholstered ones. Scuffs wipe off easily too.The aluminum version costs an arm and a leg but lasts forever but the poly version is more affordable … and light. Truly we are not trying to pitch but really in their quality based on personal experience. It is extremely durable and looks appropriate in both a 5 star setting or a rugged tibetan plateau – both tried and tested! (and we all know how ATers to as stylish and practical as their homes!)Swiss army on the other hand makes cargo pants for travel!!You can acquire it <A HREF=”

  11. JamesonBruceHouston

    Amen, Pearmelon. I second the advice of not thinking too hard before you kids or waiting for the “right” time. That time will never come.And assume fiber pills 🙂

  12. Kaiden Quintin S.

    An outbuilding at my house had a with carpenter ants that was expensive to remediate. The pest company they came from firewood stacked against the wall of the building. I would not bring firewood indoors.

  13. Amiyah Remy Aiyana Z.

    this reminds me of a book i have… “the artist in his studio” as an artist myself i about how my environment impacts my creativity and visa versa – someone should a follow up to this book – and maybe it more politically correct…

  14. Catherine

    Hi, sylvangirl, I bet you many people here did not or even know American History, let alone Chinese history. The Mao era was one of the darkest eras of Chinese history…. I understand why Kevin does not mind using the statue as an art to decorate the house since in America you (still….), and you can whatever pleases you. Two words, “Emotional detachment”. If you are not emotionally or morally “affected” by something, the meanings become moot and non-functional. To me, and maybe others, Mao conveys too meanings to even looking at, or thinking of…… I read too many books on cultural revolutions – the horrors and degradation are too to bear…..

  15. 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.

  16. Eloise Susan

    Abby,I would try some classic Barbara Barry styles — definitely catching but with extremely lines, and also the perfect balance between upholstery and wood. My personal favorites are:1.

  17. Luna.33

    I wanted to weigh in on the Bo Concepts debate. I also had a amazing experience with them. I shopped at the Philadelphia store and after browsing a few times was contacted by one of the sales reps to let me know of a free shipping promotion they were running. Upon returning to the store I found a floor model sofa I loved (50% off – what a steal!) and a bed. The bed I had seen in the Chelsea store for a different effect and when I inquired was offered the NY (much lower because of competition in the NY market). The sofa (which was on the floor) and the bed (from the warehouse) were shipped free to my apartment in NY only 2 weeks. No tax since it was shipped out of and assembly of the bed was $23. All in all, a experience.

  18. 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!

  19. 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

  20. 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!

  21. 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.

  22. 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.

  23. 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.

  24. Leon-Atticus

    Another vote for rule #1. For 8 years, we did nothing to our house (which had issues) because my DH would turn each discussion into a need for a for the entire house. Finally, we our bedroom and 2 baths done, and the living room half done.Another thing I – when I want to started – I prep one wall (wash, holes) and then painting color samples. I a lot of $$ on different color samples, because sometimes the colors surprise you!

  25. 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?

  26. 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.

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