While you may just think to use Fairy Lights at Christmas to decorate the tree they are increasingly being used in interior design, especially in bedrooms.
The importance of lighting has long been known in the interior design world and Fairy Lights are rapidly being used as the decorative light form of choice for designers. Light can bring ambiance and set a mood with the flick of a switch, understandably, more decorative forms of lighting are becoming popular.
Accent lighting is where Fairy Lights come in, it is primarily used in design to highlight certain features in a room and to define the general lighting already present.
For a young girl’s room it is easy to see the appeal of fairy lights, as finishing touches they are unsurpassed at creating a space that is not only relaxing but aesthetically pleasing as well. Many young girls love to have a storybook wonderland to escape to, along with decorative furniture and tasteful wall adornments fairy lights can really make the look. In addition to the decoration however is the vital importance of a comfortable bed.
Fairy lights are not particularly suited to task lighting due to their generally subtle brightness. Instead it is more advisable to use table lamps, spot lights in a kitchen or desk lamps. Having light to perform tasks is extremely important so you do not have to put your eyes under excessive strain. These lights while adding to ambience should not be a feature and purely used to light an area when performing a task.
By understanding the importance of light in creating mood and ambience you can make any room in your house stylish and comfortable. As an inexpensive form of lighting fairy lights can help create this, remember to buy specialist lights however, the Christmas lanterns you hang on the tree every year are hardly suited to the purpose.