Time for the spotlight on stage
Don’t forget the ballerina lighting when you’re planning your ballet bedroom theme. And there are some really cute choices for you!
Lamps with pointe shoes, chandeliers with fluffy feathers, night lights with Degas’ famous paintings – so many choices. Go with one that compliments the rest of the decor you’ve chosen or use it as the feature piece in the room.
The emphasis for each piece is a little different with shoes being the most common motif on just about everything. Tutus are a natural for lamp shades, though, and full dancers do show up here and there. Oh, and yes, it’s just about all in pink. Which you probably expected.
Designs for the Table Top
Lots of fluff and ruffles here, but it makes sense because this is definitely the place to apply a tutu design. To that end, there are feathers and tulle making skirts around the bottom of shades, while the bases show dancers and slippers ready for action.
Dancer Princess Lamp
$135 at aBaby.com
Choose from five different shade designs to work with your decor
All pink, just different styles
Style shown is Pirouette Pink
$149 at aBaby.com
Sparkle shade with boa trim
Oopsy daisy Ballet Positions Lamps by Kristina Bass Bailey
$69.00 at Oopsy Daisy
Oopsy daisy Ballet Class Lamps by Winborg Sisters
$69.00 at Oopsy Daisy
Ballet Wall Lights
Slippers and Ribbon Sconce
$119 at aBaby.com
Coordinates with the ceiling fixture farther down the page
Ballerina Night Lite Designs
Oopsy Daisy Ballet Slippers Night Light by Shelly Kennedy
$29.00 at Oopsy daisy
Little Girls Ballerinas Ceiling Fan
$79.00 at aBaby
$959 at aBaby.com
Slippers and Ribbon Chandelier
$281 at aBaby.com
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