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These Motion-Activated Lights Will Save You From Stubbing Your Toe In The Middle Of The Night

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We’ve all made that long, dark stumble to the bathroom in the middle of the night. So, yeah, it’s safe to say we know what that’s like. But what if there was a way to have subtle lighting illuminate your path, without even having to reach for the switch?

Well, thanks to this amazing discovery we just made on Amazon, your nightly walks are about to get so much easier.

There’s a strip of LED lights that can be installed pretty much anywhere, but the advertisement highly suggests putting them underneath the bed. The lights operate with a motion-detected sensor and cut off on their own so you don’t have to leave them on all night.


Motion Activated Bed Light, $17.99, Amazon

And like I said, you can put them anywhere. So, if you want to line the hallway with them, put them along the stair railing, or even in the kitchen to use when it’s time for a late-night snack, there’s no way you can go wrong with these.

Think of this as a night light, but for adults. Isn’t that just brilliant? You may not be scared of the dark anymore, but not having to memorize how many steps it takes to get to the bathroom is certainly helpful, right?

The LED lights will run you $21.99 for 5 feet of LED strip. Not bad, if you ask me! Especially if it will save you from stubbing your toe at 4 a.m.


SnapPower Guidelight, $28, Amazon

This isn’t the only helpful LED product, either. There are also outlets that come with LED lights in the base that you can place on any and every wall in your home if you so choose.

So if your house could really use some subtle nighttime illumination, now’s the time to order one of these perfect solutions!

Augusta Statz

Augusta Statz holds a B.F.A. in Writing from the Savannah College of Art and Design. She's an avid writer with a genuine sense of curiosity. She feels the best way to absorb the world around you is through fashion, art and food, so that’s what she spends most of her time writing about.

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