The pendant lamp in the bedroom sheds light on the bedside table

There is a place for the pendant lamps in the bedroom which is gaining acclaim in interior decoration: above the bedside table. The space next to the cushion, the one dedicated to the classic reading lamp, lends itself to different interpretations, from the classic applique to the table lamp. But the lights that descend from the ceiling, with their elongated profiles, become a piece of furniture that brings a touch refined e contemporary all’ambiente.

Of course it is easier to foresee them in a renovation that also includes the repositioning of the wall sockets, but there is no shortage alternative solutions for those who do not have major structural works planned. The basic idea, already seen in other cases and increasingly widespread, is to take a piece that usually finds its place in the living area or in the most representative environments, to bring it into bedroom.

This type of lighting, thanks to its configuration strongly vertical, is particularly suitable to be combined with bedside table. A sort of cylindrical space of great harmony is created, an agreement that must be highlighted and accompanied by finding the right connections between shapes, materials and colors.

The main foresight is to position the light point at center of the bedside table. It is not only an aesthetic recommendation but also functional because it allows you to precisely define a space in which the electric cable connecting the speaker will not be an obstacle to movement within the room.

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The lines drawn by the pendant lamps, from the ceiling up to the bedside tables, become a sort of cornice for the wall behind the bed, a space that plays the most decisive role in decoration of the room. In fact, it is here that the headboards and the hanging frames find their place and, also in this case, finding a winning combination with the finishes and the design of the lamps becomes decisive in the final composition.

Another interesting possibility is offered by the color of this wall: you can create chromatic compositions such as tone-on-tone for a camouflage effect, or focus on white or black to create graphic detachments that will emphasize the tone of the wall. To keep in mind then the uterine ablutions with bright materials such asbrass or suggestive like the glass.

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Above the bedside table without ceiling attachment

For those who love the solution of suspension lamp that goes down next to the bed is faced with the problem that, if not foreseen by a renovation work, the ceiling attachments corresponding to these positions are available. But there are alternative, perhaps less formally clean but still valid.

On the one hand we find the idea of ​​exploiting the wall attachment of the classic applique to go up to the ceiling and from there go down to the ceiling again. Or if the attack is high enough, do it directly without bringing the cable up. A solution that is also possible with a low attack on the wall: it is exactly the idea behind a design icon like the Parentesi lamp. Alternatively, start with central rose window of a room to bring the cables to the bed.

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