Dream Bedroom Lamps

The “right” light fixture can make a space not only by providing spot-on lighting, but by adding color, height, even pattern to a space.  I love revamping lamps.  In the past I have created a Camera Tripod Floor Lamp, a Monogrammed Table Lamp, and a Fall-Inspired Up Lamp.

The problem with thrifted lamps is that you have to take what you can get.  Finding lamps AND shades that go together takes time and a little bit of luck.  And if you are looking to add a specific color or a pattern into the mix, well, you have some work cut out for you.

lamp collage

If you want to take the guesswork out of choosing a great lamp, look no further than Lamps Plus.

made to order lamps in Pantone colors

The new Color + Plus™ colored glass lamps collection has dozens of lamp bases specifically matched to today’s color trends.  And, each color base has a variety of patterned shades that match perfectly!

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If you want to be on the cutting edge of trends, you could get a lamp in Greens which is awfully close to Pantone’s predicted Color of the Year for 2013, Emerald!

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Our master bedroom is likely to be the last room in The Mad House to be finished.  It seems like the room where I spend a third of my life should get more attention, but it never does.  This is what the room would look like if I had my way.  We have Ace Royal’s Silver Anniversary on the walls and a Springmaid apricot coverlet on the bed.  With the addition some colorful throws and Color + Plus lamps in Granite Peak with chevron shades and things would be a lot more stylish in there!

These lamps will cost you more than a thrifted or DIY’d lamp, but to create the exact look you want, in the perfect color and pattern you choose, might just be worth it!

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective; the opinions expressed here are all my own.  Full disclosure HERE.


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Thanks,  Jessica Hill

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