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No matter what your bedroom decor style, there are bound to be bedside table lamps out there for you! I've rounded up 5 gorgeous bedrooms in 5 different styles (colorful, dramatic, romantic, traditional, and contemporary) and matched each with statement-making bedside table lamps from Lamps Plus.
Colorful: This room, designed by Betsy Burnham, definitely doesn't take itself to seriously. The tomato-red lamp really pops against the spring green wall. Get the look with this Robert Abbey Delta table lamp - even though the shape isn't identical, it has the same lively energy.
Dramatic: If your bedroom is bold (either in style or color) then a dramatic bedside lamp is for you! Don't be afraid to introduce a black lamp with a matching black shade to create a little ambiance and romance. This baroque style table lamp also injects a little bit of fun with its playful take on a classic style. Image via Minimalisti.
Romantic: A white artichoke lamp is a feminine classic. If you want to go over-the-top with the romantic look, swap out the white lace shade for a pink lampshade. Image via House Beautiful.
Traditional: This bedroom in warm layered shades of beige, taupe, and brown, is classic and traditional without feeling stuffy. Designer Kimberley Seldon selected a pair of crystal table lamps that are traditional in style, but light and modern with their transparent bases and soft off-white shades.
Contemporary: Don't be afraid to think outside the box in a modern-style bedroom! Instead of a pair of bedside table lamps, why not try a couple of contemporary hanging pendant lights instead? This icicle pendant light has a clean look that brings visual interest without being obtrusive. Image via Freshome.
Another great alternative to beside lamps is a pair of swing-arm lamps for the bedroom - this wall-mounted style saves valuable space on the nightstand. (See? There really are option for all tastes here!)
Hi. I’m Lesley. I’m a collage artist and interior stylist. Common advice tells me to pick one discipline and focus on it – but I’ve never been known for being common. I make beautiful things and create beautiful spaces, because surrounding yourself with beauty and inspiration just makes life better. Your home and the things in it should feel effortlessly mixed and matched, with just a little bit of weird thrown in. The unexpected keeps life interesting.
My design talents have been showcased as a junior designer at Kimberley Seldon Design Group (Toronto); project manager at Studio La Beauté (Toronto); showroom manager at Reid & Lyons Designer Trimmings (Toronto); freelance designer at Burnham Design (Los Angeles); and interior design stylist at Lamps Plus and 55 Downing Street (Los Angeles).
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