ronment. You should therefore assess the options for lighting before you create a warm space. Ask yourself these questions:
Is your space well-lit? What type of style do each light feature? Are you using cool or warm bulbs? Avoid using any strong single overhead light.
Ambient lighting Table lamps, ambient lighting flooring and ceiling lighting as well as candles, can all be utilized to illuminate your room. Create lighting clusters in the places the focal points should appear after the sun goes down.
1. Lighting Temperature
What differentiates cold lighting from warm lighting? It varies in temperature depending on whether the bulb is warm or cool.
Cool white can be closer to the 5000-k mark than warm white more like 3000k. If you talk to any electrician, they’ll tell you what the temperature of illumination will be lower if the K value (or Kelvin) is greater. Candlelight, which has an 1850k color temperature, is welcoming and warm.
If you have a home with cold temperature lighting, you should get rid of the lights. These bulbs aren’t serving the environment. This is absolutely essential!
2. String Lights
String lights can create a boho chic vibe. String lights can be placed anyplace you’d like, which means you don’t have to worry about them being lost. If you find that fairy lights seem too playful, you can use the elegant globe lights instead of them.
3. Cozy Bathroom Lighting
What about the bathroom?
Well, you could cozy in your bathroom with a good light that is low in watts and leave the light on throughout the day. This is especially useful in dark condo bathrooms.
For a stunning lighting effect on your feet each time you enter the room at evening, add a motion sensor strip in your bathroom vanity. There is no need to invest any money to do this.