We know that words like color temperature and kelvin form a mumble-jumble in your mind. That’s why we prepared this handy-dandy, get-it-in-an-eye blink, no-brainer, guideline. This will illuminate LED bulb talk – and your home.
Yards measure distance; pounds measure weight; and kelvins measure color in a bulb. How? Honestly, you don’t want to know. What should you know? The amount of kelvins you want in your life.
A smaller measurement of kelvins in a bulb produces a warm, yellowish light-close to sunlight quality and a greater concentration of kelvins gives you cool, bluish light.
Want the cozy, homey look in some living spaces? Don’t need that extra dose of energy now? Turn the heat down. A lower kelvin count will give you soft, warm light while creating a comfortable, soothing ambiance suitable for relaxation. Drop the kelvin count a bit more in your bedroom so that it doesn’t disrupt the circadian rhythm, and be prepared to wish your insomnia goodbye.Shop Now
Are you one of those super-mindful people who like to actively transition between one mood and the next? There’s something for you too! Mid-range kelvin counts are neutral in color and ideal for bathrooms (think morning shower) and hallways, as they take you from down time to power time, and vice versa.Shop Now
Blue light waves produce serotonin, which gets you focused and alert. Whether you need to do your personal accounting or get that technical report out of the way, screw the high-kelvin bulb into place and see what happens!Shop Now