The LED (Light Emitting Diodes) is one of the efficient and aesthetic way of illuminating your interiors and exteriors. Turning your room, heated up with incandescent bulbs, fluorescent tubes, night lamps, table lamps are just an old fashion thing to continue. Go for the cool, calm and brightest LED’s, as it is available for all types of interiors and exteriors. They are extremely energy efficient, and in general more expensive than the older technology. But their advantages, however, are numerous!
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LED In Interiors
Interior designers use them extensively in high class bars and hotels, and their use in homes is now quite common as well.
Most people are familiar with LEDs when they are used as a recessed ceiling light. But LEDs look great in kitchen decor
and closets as well. Especially if you like to entertain the guests there. Use LED fittings underneath your wall mounted storage units so that you can flood your countertops with light. This is ideal, when you are working in the kitchen, without making the place too bright for the guests. Give your kitchen a sophisticated, metropolitan feel by installing a feature LED lighting at ankle height under your floor mounted units. Allow the light to spill across your kitchen’s floor surface. The effect works particularly well with kitchen island units.
And introduce it to your closets too! If you are never sure which outfit to pick out from your closet, fitting a few LEDs in your walk in closet or dressing room can cast your clothes in a whole new light. Try using them them right at the back of your closet, or install it on top for a splendid effect.
The Color Play
The most impressive thing about LEDs is that they offer a great choice of color, so you are bound to find something, that suit and complement your room’s color scheme. Use a splash of color wash to create a focal point, for an area of your home, like a stairwell, which might be a little dull otherwise. For instance, you can also set a quick setting to go with party music, or a more subtle and slower pulsing color change which will help you to relax.
LEDs allow your imagination to take over, as they can be used in ways that conventional light fittings cannot. Think about new ways to use them, like back lighting a wall mounted screen. Use LED lighting with other design elements, like glazing, to create innovative and unique effects in your home.
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