You don't want to clutter up your bedside table with a lamp, if you even have room for a bedside table that is. But that doesn't mean that you have to forego bedtime reading. Just opt for one of these more practical lighting options:
Wall lights can be placed to the side of your bed to perfectly illuminate your ideal reading window and, unlike table lamps, where often you have to follow the lead to find the switch, they should be more simple to turn on and off. This Porta Storage Wall lamp from Made.com even has a small shelf where you can rest a book or place a glass of water.
This Frosini light from Made.com concertinas out and can be pushed back into the wall when not in use, so as not to encroach too much on your limited space.
Now pendant lights, suspended from the ceiling, may need to be installed by an electrician, but for the wow factor it could be worth it. Floating gently at your bed's side they will help to make your sleeping area the focal point of the room. If you have a particular size in mind, this Drum shade from Random Lights via Etsy can be made to fit. It will also throw beautiful soft patterned shadows across your boudoir!
Floor lamps may typically be associated with living spaces, but for something a little bit different, consider using one along side your bed. This Fresh Silver Chrome Effect floor lamp from B&Q will likely cast enough light for two readers.
If you need a light that is really weeny and simple to install, go clip on. Designs for lights that grab onto furniture have become a lot more sophisticated recently. This Tutti Goose Neck clip on lamp from B&Q is really sweet and could work well on a bunk bed.
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