How to select a bedside light

June 18, 2017 - table lamp

If we use a backlit tablet, we need usually a peaceful glow. Choose a flare with a tiny footprint to fit on a list and a dark fabric shade to enclose glare, such as a Capri list flare during MS (£25). For books, an tractable light is key. Try an Anglepoise or similar: Original BTC Hector (pictured), with a unclouded china shade, is tough to improved (£150). To save space, try a wall light that adjusts to your reading position: Made.com’s Cohen (£29) swivels 180 degrees. Or put low-hanging pendants possibly side of a bed, such as Terence Woodgate’s tiny (H12cm) marble LED match (£125).

source ⦿ https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/home/how-to-choose-a-bedside-light-bmkcpw8mc

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