14 Kids' Ceiling Lights That Will Light Up Your Little One's World

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There are so many fun ways to decorate bedrooms for the kiddos. The wallpaper! The carpet! The night-lights! Less obvious — but equally fun — is picking out the perfect ceiling fixture for your little one's space. Whether you choose something a little quirkier than a so-called "adult" pendant, or you choose to go with a chandelier that's a little more grown up, there are plenty of options to choose from. Here are 14 ceiling lights that will be the perfect centerpiece in any child's room, no matter their age or your aesthetic.

1. World Market Large Capiz Lotus Pendant Shade, $149.99

Any little girl's bedroom becomes fit for a princess with this elegant chandelier made from capiz shells — that is, translucent oyster shells arranged in a geometric floral pattern. Watch out, Princess Charlotte, you've got some bedroom competition!

2. Pottery Barn Kids Geo Multi Light Chandelier, $399

You and your little tike will have a twinkle in your eyes thanks to this striking chandelier. The midcentury inspired design — complete with handmade tempered glass shades and a gold frame — will add a sparkling disposition to any child's bedroom.

3. CB2 Antler Pendant Light, $499

This white pendant is the perfect way to finish off your tiny tot's little cabin retreat. Each faux antler is hand-molded, resulting in rich detail and texture.

4. Crate & Kids Starry Night Pendant, $79

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star is more than just a nursery rhyme with this out-of-this-world pendant. Your budding astronomer will be lulled to sleep imagining a galaxy far, far way while looking at the stars and moons cast on the walls and ceiling.

5. Lulu and Georgia Baza Pendant, starting at $230

The mint green hue of this industrial style pendant light is almost as sweet as ice cream.

6. Pottery Barn Kids French Knot Pendant, $179

This drum-shaped pendant with delicately hand-embroidered pastel French knots is sweetness personified.

7. Anthropologie Fela Tasseled Chandelier, $228

Who says chandeliers have to be made of crystal (and take forever to clean)? This blush tassel fringe chandelier is not only easy on the eyes, but it will also add a hint of boho-chic flair to your little one's sanctuary.

8. Shades of Light Seaside Anchor Pendant Light, $159

Landlubbers and water babies alike will appreciate this cute drum pendant with little anchors. It's available in four colors — navy blue, red, yellow, and turquoise — so it will blend seamlessly with the rest of your child's nautical bedroom design.

9. RH Baby & Child Whipstitched Burlap Pendant, $229

With a natural jute cord and jute whipstitching at the top and bottom of the shade, this textural burlap pendant is ideal for your tiny tot's charmingly rustic retreat.

10. Shades Of Light Retro Rides Pendant Light, starting at $129

Don't worry, Mama — getting a driver's license is still a long way off. These are the only cars your kiddo will be looking at for a while!

11. Muuto Unfold Lamp, $169

When Scandinavian design and industrial style get together, the result is simply eye-catching. Made from silicone rubber, this bright factory style lamp is loads of fun and cool enough to grow with your little one as their bedroom style matures.

12. Ikea Sinnerlig, $69.99

If you haven't seen this woven beauty everywhere, you've probably been living under a rock. This handsome pendant light's versatile woven design adds undeniable warmth and texture to any space. And, tbh, the budget-friendly price doesn't hurt either!

13. Crate & Kids Wood Geometric Pendant Light, $149

Your search has come to an end. The natural pinewood construction of this geometric caged pendant will warm things up in no time. Now your mini-me's bedroom will be in tip-top shape ... at least for a few precious moments.

14. Williston Forge Methodius One-Light Geometric Pendant, $229.99

Okay, so even though you rarely see airplanes that look like this pendant light, your toddler doesn't know that. Besides, it will add a dash of vintage charm and teach them to appreciate a classic. It's a win-win!


Jessica is a Brooklyn-based writer and editor.

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