A true decorative element in its own right, the wall lamp is perfectly recommended for creating warm light atmospheres or highlighting certain elements of your decoration. Today, we suggest you discover how to choose your wall light according to the room in which you will install it.
You will see that there are lots of ways to use it and will easily find an LED wall light that matches the decor style of your interior. In the bedroom, hallway, bathroom, or toilet, here are some tips for choosing the right wall light for your room.
Choose a Wall Light for the Bedroom
In your bedroom or that of your children, there are lots of possibilities to use the wall light to enhance the decor of the room.
Indeed, you can install it in a very classic way on the walls to add light to the room. In this case, we advise you to choose coordinated LED wall lights to create a pretty visual unit.
Another solution: use sconces as bedside lamps. This idea will be particularly recommended to those who do not have much room in their room.
Indeed, by placing a wall light on each side of your bed, you will free up space on your bedside tables or can even do without it while keeping a light point to read your favorite novel before bed.
A Wall Light to Light the Corridor
The corridor is unfortunately an often dark room, so do not neglect the lighting in this space. If you do not want to install a traditional ceiling lamp, sometimes very imposing, you can again use wall lights.
By placing them over the entire length of the wall, you will be able to light up your corridor while providing a very elegant subdued atmosphere. Again, we advise you to choose coordinated LED wall lights to make the decor of your passageway more homogeneous.
If you have paintings or wall posters on the walls of your corridor, do not hesitate to use small sconces to illuminate each or each of them. Guaranteed effect!
The Right Wall Light for the Bathroom or Toilet
As in the hallway, the bathroom or the toilet is not necessarily the brightest rooms in our interior. In order to avoid visually cluttering the space with a large hanging lamp, here again we recommend using wall lights.
In the bathroom, you can especially use it above the mirror of your washbasin cabinet. In this case, remember to choose adjustable wall lights. It will indeed be essential that the light is directed towards your face and not towards the mirror.
In the toilet, you can place a wall light above the door to provide essential lighting in this small room.