When you prepare for a new baby, it’s easy to become engrossed in making the nursery aesthetically pleasing to the eyes. But what is really more important?
As you get to know what your little one needs with time to be happy and healthy, nursery room themes, wall decors, and crib design will pale in comparison to practicality and function.
You may not realize it but in order to establish your daily routine together, the lighting plan for your baby’s nursery can actually have a big effect on the quality and pattern of your baby’s sleep schedule, overall health, and happiness.
In aprevious article, we touched on one of the convenient features ofEShine LED lighting kits when it comes to taking care of your newborn. In this article, you will find another feature of our LED lights very handy. All EShine LED lighting kits come with a memory function. It will remember your last brightness setting, making life easier for you and your baby.
In addition to this, what else do you really need when it comes to the lighting plan of your baby’s nursery room?
Want more helpful tips? Read more onour blog here!
Create Light Layers
Lights with too much glare can be stressful and harmful to infants. Stay away from light fixtures that have exposed bulbs, even in the ceiling.
The basic principles of lighting design began with understanding the characteristics of the lighting source. Each bulb or lighting factor has conditions that may or may not be good for our spaces. And safety is a top priority, of course.
Color temperature is used as a method of describing a warmth or coolness of a light source. The spectrum of color temperature is measured in Kelvin degrees. These values are used to describe the color emitted from a lighting source.
With late-night nursing, early-morning soothing and many sleepless nights for Mom and Dad, it’s important to create a space of peace and serenity. For this, consider choosing a LED light with aWarm White color temperature over Cool White.
The nursery should be a comfortable and safe haven for your baby to sleep while still having enough light to allow you to safely navigate the room.