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Light is one of the primary driving forces behind our circadian rhythms, and it has a significant impact on our overall health and well-being. Bedroom lighting is often overlooked when planning your home’s lighting design—after all, it’s a room where darkness is usually the goal—but it’s important to manage light properly in your bedroom to make it easier for you to wake up in the morning and fall asleep at night. Keep reading our our bedroom lighting ideas. Layering Light Like every space, layering the three basic types of lighting will help you make the most of your bedroom lighting
Given that the average person will sleep for roughly one third of their life, your bedroom is one of the most important rooms in your home. It’s a respite for you to relax in, and it deserves more than a little of your attention when it comes to lighting design. Since light is one of the driving forces behind our circadian rhythms (our daily cycle of sleep and wakefulness), properly managing it in the space where you rest your head is all the more important. Here’s how you can ensure a properly-lit bedroom: Lighting Zones While it’s generally not recommended