Frequently Asked Questions about Modern Bedroom Lighting:
Which light is best for the bedroom?
First, consider the brightness of your modern bedroom light fixtures. Too much light can cause irritation in the waking hours. Too little light can hinder work functionality. Overall, warm or neutral temperatures balance well.
Second, consider how your modern bedroom lights will light the room. Will your room be mostly lit by daylight through windows, through the main light, or through bedside or desk lighting? Will you use a combination of these? With smart-lighting on the rise, you will definitely want light dimming capabilities. There is a lot to consider, but most of it boils down to personal preference.
What are the latest trends in lighting?
Modern bedroom light fixtures are following a few trends lately:
- Smart lighting. As technology advances, so too does the popularity of lights that dim, change color, turn off with your voice, and more.
- Statement lighting. This goes anywhere from floor lamps to bedside lighting to ceiling light fixtures that just pop. The key is to showcase a part of the room, or even to showcase itself as the main attraction of the room.
- Adjustable light fixtures. Go for beauty, comfort, and functionality at the same time.
- Asymmetrical lighting. Believe it or not, having customized lighting for different areas of the room and for different people, as opposed to symmetrical lighting solutions, is on the rise. Personalization is king here.
- Modern bedside lighting fixtures. By choosing hanging pendant lights, a headboard-embedded fixture on each side, or wall-mounted lights, you free up much needed nightstand space while giving your room a chic look.
What is the difference between modern and contemporary lighting?
Modern lighting focuses on natural, crisp lines, symmetry, and solid colors, whereas contemporary lighting is based on what’s trending. At the moment, this means smooth, natural lines and curves, a minimalistic look, and very little color.
While modern stays consistent over time for the most part, only changing very slowly, contemporary design is more fluid and changes quickly.