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In the bedroom, the importance of general lighting is secondary to warmly illuminated small areas and accurately lit task areas. Reading light can be provided by a table lamp on a nightstand or a fixture mounted on a wall behind the headboard. Desks, closets and vanities require their own task lights. Architectural lighting, wall sconces or a torchiere will provide sufficient lighting for the rest of the room.