Tips to Consider when Choosing Children’s Night Lights

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By RobertBass

Do you get tired of hearing a child scream in the middle of the night? Perhaps they are afraid of the bogeyman or that their stuffed animal has turned into a monster? A night light is the best solution. This will not only help your child sleep better, but will also allow you to get in enough light to give them a goodnight hug and kiss without needing to turn the light on. Check out our unique range of custom night light. Each night light is made to order right here in Australia. These night lights are perfect for your baby’s nursery or bedroom. Each night light is made specifically for you. Below are some tips to help choose the right nightlight for your child. 

1. Consider the theme for your child’s bedroom

You might choose a nightlight that has a jungle theme for your child. If you have a sports theme for your child, you should pick a light that is focused on one sport. Plaids, stripes, and/or Polka dots are another popular theme for children’s bedrooms. With these themes, you should play up many color contrasts such as red/green or pink/pink, blue/brown etc.

2. Consider the gender of your child

For girls, pink and purple make great choices. Blue and green nightlights are excellent choices for boys. If you don’t know the gender of your child and are pregnant, the primary colors of bright red, yellow and blue can be used. However, any shade of green can be used, from lime green, apple, or sage green. Night lights in buttery yellow, mint, peach, and lavender are all options for softer colors.

3. Check to see if the light bulb is already installed

If it doesn’t, I recommend buying a fluorescent lightbulb. They not only produce better quality light but also last longer. You will also save money in the long-term because they use less energy than standard light bulbs.

4. Check that there is an on/off switch

An on/off switch is important because it allows you to turn the night light off in the morning. This will make it easier for you and your child to use, as well as preventing damage from being unplugged constantly.

5. Consider the opinions of your child

You can get great insight from your children about their tastes and preferences. It will be great fun to decorate with them and will give them a sense in importance. This will also help build a bond that will last a lifetime. Discuss with your child the meaning of a theme and the colors that go with it when choosing a nightlight. This will ensure that everything in the room is cohesive.

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