For your guest bedroom, you’ll want the same balance of ambient, accent, and task lighting that you have in your master bedroom, just on a smaller scale. This room doesn’t get used as often, and it may also serve as a home office a few days a week. Regardless of the room’s size or purpose, it’s important to choose lighting that makes it both comfortable and functional.
For the ambient light, you can pick a ceiling fan that will help keep guests cool whenever they stay with you. If you don’t want to go that route, you can add a small pendant or semi-flush light to the ceiling. For your accent lighting, place a floor lamp in the corner or a small table or desk lamp on the dresser or wardrobe. Finally, your guests may want to read before bed, so make sure you have the right bedside lamps for task lighting.
The right guest room lighting can help make visitors feel right at home, and you can express a sense of style and comfort with lights that make the room more accessible and inviting!