How to Select the Perfect Lighting fo Nursery?

Lighting does more than just illuminate a space. It can set the tone of a room and complement your style. However, along with these nursery essentials, it is important to consider how you want to maintain illumination in your baby’s room. 

While choosing nursery lighting for your kids or baby, take these into consideration:  


What is the suitable color temperature for nursery light? Soft white/warm white 2700k – 3000k is best for children’s bedrooms and living rooms, providing a traditional warm, cozy feel to them. Because this is a bedroom, and you do not want to distract your baby while resting, choose lights in a warm like 2700K to create a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere for your baby.


A night light that is too bright can result in restless, broken sleep. There is nothing worse than facing a grumpy child who has not had enough sleep. You can determine whether a night light is too bright or not by using this simple method:

  • Wait until night time and turn on the night light.
  • Place your head roughly where your child’s head would be when sleeping and close your eyes.
  • Turn your head towards the light source (night light).
  • If you can still vividly see the night light through your eyelids then the night light is bright enough that it may interfere with your child’s sleep. 


Not all lights are designed for your little baby to use as a toy. The soft and nontoxic materials is necessary for kids.


Night lights can keep certain areas of your home illuminated for safety purposes. Kids have a tendency to not stay in one place, so keep a plugin night light by the stairs for any late-night, rogue wanderings. 

A night light is deigned to illuminate a room with a soft glow that is not so bright that it prevents sleep. 


Whether it’s in a bedroom, playroom, living room, or even a nursery, table lamps are still in view during the daytime. So why not find one that fits your aesthetic?