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Wednesday, 24 October 2012 15:35

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Fun and cute kids lighting and top tips on lighting your child's room from The Lighting Store

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Here are some of http://www.lightingstore.couk/ gorgeous children's ceiling lights and top tips on children's bedroom lighting.

Both the cute insect lights (£90) and colour pencil (£74) with free delivery to anywhere in the UK. All available in store or online at www.lightingstore.co.uk

Top Tips for lighting children's rooms: When lighting a child's bedroom it is a good idea to use directional spots, to highlight certain areas, whether it's a baby's changing table or a feeding or reading chair. Make sure you use a dimmer switch so that you can change the mood of the room, especially when it's bedtime or you want the children to play quietly in their rooms, and have a children's plug in night light with a very low wattage to keep an eye on them without disturbing them and for going to the toilet.

The Lighting Store is the UK's premier lighting company, run by the same family for three generations, with two London showrooms (Baker Street and Finchley Road) and a fabulous online store, have been supplying and advising customers on beautiful lighting for over 60 years with brands like Flos, Artemide, Foscarini and more.

The Lighting Store has a loyal following of retail customers based throughout the UK and its knowledgeable team work with individual customers and also some of London's leading developers and interior designers advising customers the right lighting at the right prices. They have a well deserved reputation for their expertise, extensive and stylish selection of lighting to suit all budgets and of course for exceptional customer service.

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