No one will ever accuse me of being coordinated. With the disease of MS plaguing my body, this is an even bigger problem. I am always banging into things even while in my wheelchair.
I am uncoordinated in the day light, but in the dark it is even worse. You can just picture the sight of a woman in her wheelchair banging around in the dark. This would not be a pretty sight, but it could be quite funny
To combat this problem while protecting the furniture and door frames, we have arranged night lights throughout the house.
One of my favorite night lights is this Hand Crafted Wooden Lighthouse Night Light.
* It is hand crafted out of a soft pine wood and hand painted.
* It is 14" (height) x 5" (width) x 6 1/2" (depth).
* It has a long four foot cord with an on/off switch attached to it.
* The bulb required for this light is a normal night light bulb which is low in cost.
* It uses very little electricity because of the small size bulb it uses.
* Since, it is only lit at night, we do not go through bulbs very quickly.
* The light is very decorative.
* The glow of the light is not so bold as to keep people awake while allowing enough light to navigate in the dark. I do not bump into things when going to the bathroom in the middle of the night.
Knowing the purpose of this light, I can see no drawbacks. I have used this light for many years now and have had great success. I have certainly gotten my money's worth.
Purchasing Details and Recommendations
You may purchase similar lights on eBay. None are exactly like this one, but there are many beautiful lighthouse night lights available. If you do not want lighthouses, I am sure you will find something else which will suit your tastes. Just type in night lights into the search bar at the eBay site to find the many selections available there.
For the serious lighthouse collector, I would suggest you visit the Lighthouse Depot.
I would recommend this light to anyone who wants to add a bit of decoration to their night lighting.