Kids Lighting

per page
1 - 16 of 50 products
Select Option


List View Icon Grid View Icon

Frequently Asked Kids Lighting Questions

Kids Lighting by Ashley Furniture HomeStore
Furnishing a kid’s bedroom can be a challenge. But with premium designs and materials, Ashley Furniture HomeStore makes it easy to find the perfect pieces that suit your home, your child and their unique style personality. From sparkling kids lighting to lofted bunk beds to plush rugs, you won’t find a selection of kids’ furniture that compares in price and quality.

What Kids' Table Lamps are Most Durable?
Since lamps are precariously placed on high flat objects they can be easily knocked over. To minimize potential damage, you need to pick kids lamps made from metal, sturdy resin or crystal. These materials are highly durable and don’t shatter like ceramic lamp bases. Whatever your lamp needs, Ashley Furniture HomeStore has the perfect lighting for your room.

Best Places for Light Fixtures in a Kid's Room
If you need to update your child’s lighting, there are several areas that you can add light to make their room sparkle and shine. A kids floor lamp is perfect for older children who want to create a mature space that will grow with them into their teen years. Floor lamps are also great for baby rooms since they offer a warmer, more diffused light – perfect for those late nights with a newborn or infant. A kids table lamp is a great all-around choice for most kids room surfaces. From the dresser to a nightstand to a desk, these pieces are a great way to add both a functional and stylish element to a room. Need tips on how to add decor to your kid’s room? Read this guide.

How to Match Kids' Light Fixtures to the Rest of the Room
Light fixtures don’t necessarily need to match to a room – however, they do need to pair with the overall interior design style of the space. For example, if you have a whimsical, girly room you wouldn’t add a kids desk lamp that features nautical elements and colors. The key to creating a cohesive room is by picking out elements from furniture, decor and textiles that you want to repeat in other items. These motifs could be color, material, fabric, pattern and texture. In terms of lighting, the easiest way to pick lamps that balance well with rooms is by choosing lamps with neutral lampshades or colorful lampshades that are similar to colors used in the room.