Brighten Your Décor with Lamps
Lighting is so important in room design. Lamps can set the mood, draw attention to the furnishings you worked so hard to put together, and can even add drama to an otherwise mediocre room. Oh! And lighting should definitely be both beautiful and functional at the same time as well. I thought I’d put together three tips to brighten your room décor with lamps. Here we go!
Upcycle, upcycle, upcycle!
First, you should know be by now, upcycle your existing lamps or a fun thrift store or flea market find to show your personal style. You can do this by painting it, adding embellishments, or by simply changing out the lamp shade. I had this black and gray patterned lamp and I added hot pink ribbon and a butterfly to make it more whimsical for my daughter’s bedroom.
Choose a vibrant color.
Holy moly! Have you seen the Color + Plus hand-crafted glass lamps from Lamps Plus? I’m in LOVE! There are so many (over 60) fabulous colors in every hue you can imagine. If you’re afraid of color, a lamp is the PERFECT way to add a little spunk to an otherwise so-so room. I think my favorite color they have available is the olive green… I mean river blue…No wait… nugget! I can’t decide! Table lamps like these are perfect for anchoring a bed or an entryway table.
Think outside the boring box.
We recently purchased our home this year and although I LOVE my kitchen, it needed a little oomph. I bought this pendant light to modernize my kitchen area. I love it because when the light is off, it looks like a plain white pendant light, but when the light is on, it displays a pretty design that is printed on the inside of the shade.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective; the opinions expressed here are all my own.
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