5 Master Bedroom Lighting Ideas
More often than not when it comes to decorating your master bedroom, the thought of lighting comes after the bed, dressers, and paint. The thing is, good lighting can really have an impact on your rooms vibe and feel. Don’t just put some lamps on your bedside tables and call it a day because you’ll be missing out on a great opportunity to compliment your master bedroom. Here are 5 ideas on how to light your master bedroom.
1. Pendant Lights Over Your Bedside Tables.
This will save space because the lights are suspended from the ceiling and not taking up room on your night stand. Now you’ll have more room for a plant, picture frame, or alarm clock.
2. Recessed Lighting In a Headboard
For smaller bedrooms that would benefit from saving space, recessed lighting in a headboard would pair perfectly. This would provide soft downlighting over the head of the bed that would be ideal for reading.
3. A Unique Style Chandelier
Chandeliers are traditionally known for their shiny and crystalized designs but a more nontraditional chandelier may be more appropriate for your master bedroom. Wooden chandeliers coincide with your bedroom/bathroom door, wooden bed frame, and dressers.
4. Track Lighting
Installing track lighting above the head of your bed in your master bedroom would provide functional and versatile lighting that can be manipulated to give your master bedroom a unique feel. Track lighting can be used to illuminate art hung above your bed or provide soft down lighting for reading.
5. Space Saving Wall Sconces
Hanging wall sconces in your master bedroom, especially a smaller once, is a great way to save space. This will free up room on your bedside table as well as provide a stylish look to your room.