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Nursery Decoration Ceiling Lights Buying Guide

Planning to decorate your child’s nursery? There are certain factors that you need to look for while designing the room. One of the most important elements if the nursery lighting. There are a wide range of lamps and they come with beautiful fixtures, chandeliers, lamps and sconces to enhance the elegance of room even when the lights are turned out. 

A Few Ideas

  • First you need to choose a theme and based on it, select ceiling light colours such as beiges, light blues and white.  
  • The lamp that you choose for the ceiling lights must match your nursery's theme or bedding.
  • You can go for a lighting fixture that has a ceiling fan.
  • A dimmer light may be a good choice for the baby nursery. It can be used as a nightlight.
  • If your baby nursery lacks enough windows and natural lighting, then adding a skylight would be a best idea.
  • It is best to use a fluorescent light bulb, since it stays much cooler to the touch.
  • If you wish to add a contemporary look to your nursery, then you can use paper lanterns that can be hung from the ceilings. They come in a variety of shapes, colours, sizes and patterns.
  • You can hang colourful ceiling lights featuring images of animals, birds or cartoon character.   

Quick Picks

Quick Picks

SKY Childrens Ceiling Light :

This light has a sky designed glass and comes with a wooden aeroplane.

TIMEO Childrens 3 Spot Ceiling Light :

This three bee design ceiling light has 50W halogen lamps to produce bright light. 

Peter Pan's Ship Ceiling Light :

The shape of this ceiling light will definitely attract kids. It is an ideal option for decorating playrooms. 

Quick Picks

PINK FLOWER 3 Spot Ceiling Light :

This is an adjustable, three pink flower spot lights that includes halogen lamps.

Glow 3D Funny Solar System :

This solar system lights are hung using clear strings. It includes 145 glow planets, meteorites and glitter stars.

MONTY Childrens Ceiling Light :

This ceiling light have bulbs fixed to the balloon part of the light.

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