Chandeliers are perfect for a girl’s room. Why is that? Take most princess books and cartoons, and I guarantee that you will usually find a chandelier in the princess’ room. My niece learned about chandeliers that way, and then started wanting one for her room.
To her, a chandelier is magical and glamorous, and is one of those things that will make her feel like a princess. If you’re reading this, then you know that chandeliers for girls’ bedrooms are a good idea.
Things to Take into Consideration
Chandeliers come in all shapes and sizes. Depending on the girl’s age and style, you can either go with whimsical and fun, or elegant and sophisticated.
In general though, the best thing to do is focus on the room’s décor. Your best bet is to get a fixture that matches the theme and colors of the room, which taking into consideration that you’re better off not considering something that will not be outdated in the near future as your girl grows and her personality changes.
Like previously mentioned in other articles, size and lighting also play an important part, though in this case, the purpose might be a bit different.
Kids do a lot of different activities in their rooms usually. It can be reading, drawing, or just playing around with their toys. The first two require strong enough lighting, while others do not. For this reason, it is a good idea to consider three-way lighting. In case you’re not sure what three-way lighting is, it’s when you use light bulbs that can produce three levels of light (low, medium, and high). Unlike a dimmer, these bulbs operate at full voltage and temperature, and so the light given out is always of the same color.
When it comes to size, it’s important for the fixture to be high enough. If the chandelier sits too low, then it is simply not practical. A kid might be able to knock around a chandelier that sits too low, which can be dangerous.
The size and height of the chandelier should usually be relative to the size of the room and the height of the ceiling, but in this case, small exceptions can and should be made for safety reasons.
A Last Word
The room we’re talking about here is most likely smaller than the master bedroom. This means that chandeliers for a girl’s bedroom will be smaller than the ones you choose to install in the parent’s bedroom or other bigger rooms. This is also reflected in the prices. You can find nice chandeliers for your girl(s) bedroom(s) without paying a fortune.
Anyways, I will leave you with some more pictures that you can use for inspiration.Modern Lamps.