Lighting. Friday , September 14th , 2018 - 19:17:34 PM
When looking at and characterizing white light we use the terms "cool" and "warm" to describe its lighting characteristics and what part of the light spectrum it tends to emphasize. It does not describe the temperature of the light bulb. The terms "warm" and "cool" are emotional terms that tend to describe the experiences or actions that are performed in that light. For example a light source with reds and yellows are considered warm because they evoke feelings of relaxation and comfort, where a blue light source might convey a felling of cool water or the brisk outdoors. With this in mind you can see how a light source helps to bring out colors in a room and flood the place with certain emotions.
Induction lights, like LED and fluorescent are instant strike and re-strike which can be a massive bonus over some other technologies, it also means these technologies are suitable use with lighting controls. All of these technologies also have dimmable options which can used in conjunction with lighting controls for more flexibility in your lighting and also to reduce power usage further.
Now that we have considered all the different areas of the bathroom to light, and what types of lighting should go into each area, put it all together into a bathroom lighting plan and let your imagination take you to different areas of discovery to see what is out there. Visit your local lighting store and have them develop a lighting design plan with you and show you what all the different lighting types look like in your plan.
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