Independence Day Decor: A Well-Lit Kitchen Part II


Independence Day Decor: A Well-Lit Kitchen Part II

How to Choose the Right Lighting

There's a wealth of information on the web about home improvement lighting. (But you'll need to search for it.) All kinds of articles abound that talk about color temperature, daylighting, ballasts, lumens, rated wattage, and more. There are only two kinds of types of lamps that are often found in your typical home: spotlights and recessed lights. Which kind of lighting should you use? You may be surprised to find out that there’s a formula for finding out the minimum size of the light fixture you should use for your space.

Most importantly, avoid low cost brands of LED lighting that don’t have diffusers or use bad quality diffusers. These types can hurt or damage your eyesight in the long term.

Design Pro Tip: When choosing which LED lighting to buy for your home or office use, look for bluish tint. If a bluish tint is in the LED, then it does not have a diffuser. These are the ones that are not good for your eyes.

EShine LEDs have built-in diffusers and also offer additional diffusers at the same time. You also have the option to build your own LED lighting kit for your peace of mind. 


As you can see, there are a lot of things that need to be done when you install any type of lighting in your home. This will vary with different applications, and most importantly, with your application and your home. Hence, it's vital to do some research and make sure your lighting installation is done correctly before you use it in the first place. Use tips in this article along with the previous one to make sure that you're not wasting your money with bad lighting.

Are you ready to design your home using the right LED lighting?


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