How to Create Different Feelings At Home Using LED Lights
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How to Create Different Feelings At Home Using LED Lights

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LED lights are extremely compact, have a long lifespan and are energy efficient. These lights also come in a range of colours, which helps create different moods for different purposes.

LED lights are extremely compact, have a long lifespan and are energy efficient. These lights also come in a range of colours, which helps create different moods for different purposes.

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  • Create Moods and Feelings With LED Light prlog.org /12205235-create-moods-and-f eelings-with-led-light.html - Your home should be many different things at once. It should be a place of comfort, a place of warmth, a place of calm and a place of occasional chaos. LED light is commonly used by interior designers and stylists to create ambience and atmosphere throughout the home. LED lights are extremely compact, have a long lifespan and are energy efficient. These lights also come in a range of colours, which helps create different moods for different purposes. These days, there are many LED lights and LED light bulbs (http://www.lightingever.co.uk/) available for every home decor purpose. Here is a list of tricks for creating an array of different moods and feelings throughout different sections of the home. Warmth In the midst of an icy U.K. winter, your home should be your sanctuary. Orange- and yellow-toned LED lights can illuminate drapes, fireplaces and dark corners to create a feeling of warmth. Areas like family rooms, bedrooms and lounge rooms can feel cosier and more inviting when bathed in soft golden hues. Fun Using coloured or bright strip lights in entertainment areas including TV rooms, dining rooms, outdoor living areas and lounge rooms can create a sense of fun. You can extend the duration of summer with attractive outdoor lighting for barbeque and outdoor dining areas. Or, take the concept of “home entertaining” to a whole new level with a new bar area, complete with glowing countertops and light-up liquor cabinets. Utilising LED back lighting for your plasma can also recreate that cinema feeling right at home. You can even go a little crazy and line your skirting boards with soft, strip lighting, just like they do at the movies. Welcome Strategically placed, bright LED lighting in greeting areas, including porches and entrance halls, can help create a welcoming and open ambiance. Another trick is to line the path, garden or driveway leading to your home with soft white or blue LED bulbs. This can be interpreted as a welcoming gesture, in the sense that you are “inviting” your visitors in. Calm Coated LED light bars and dimmable LED lighting in areas, including bedrooms and bathrooms, can help create a calm and relaxing atmosphere. Soft lighting over the bed or bath can also encourage a bit of romance! Dimmable lighting in areas frequented in the evening hours can help your family wind down after a busy day. Drama Utilise LED tape and strip lighting to draw attention to special interest pieces, including display cabinets, artwork and family photographs. If you fancy yourself an artist, you can create original feature works with LED lights. Construct outlines of animals, fish and flowers in hallways and on lounge room walls using strip lighting. Alternatively, you can light up existing ornaments and decorative objects with LED bulbs. Spaciousness Strategically placed LED lamps, strip lighting and clever cove lighting in dark and dim areas of the home can make rooms appear bigger and more spacious than they really are. LED lights designed to mimic natural light can brighten up areas that don’t see much sun, including cupboards, hallways and back bedrooms. This is particularly useful in apartment living where space is lacking or when it comes to dreary winter days.
  • Life Did you know you can also use LED lights to nurture life? Defy the U.K. winter and grow your own garden all year round with LED grow lights. No greenhouse? No worries! You can use LEDs to create indoor gardens in spare bedrooms, cupboards, back sheds and offices. LED grow lights work by somewhat mimicking the sun’s behaviour so you don’t actually need any natural sunlight. Best of all, grow lights are low-cost, eco-friendly, low-maintenance and energy efficient. Photo: http://www.prlog.org/12205235/1