Architects, engineers, and interior designers have long been waiting for a perfectly suited decorative light for interior designs. But the long wait is over with the birth of LED or Light Emitting Diode. LED has revolutionized interior lighting with its low cost, low power, and high efficiency features. It can even replace other bulbs for the home lighting.
LED is generally cheaper, low-voltage, decorative, efficient, and does not emit heat as a by-product. LED is cheaper because it consumes lesser power than other bulbs. This means you do not have to worry about your power or electric bill. It is decorative because it is available in different colors so that you can customize what colors to use and where to use them. It is advantageous too because it is efficient and does not emit heat, like the incandescent bulb. LED has all the potentials of becoming the next trend not just in interior lighting design but also in interior lighting in general.
With LED lighting, your homes will be as lively, as fashionable and as good as you want them to. Here are some of the uses and techniques which you can employ to create just the right blend of color lighting for your homes.
Setting the Mood
To enable to set a proper ambiance or mood to your homes, you will have to choose bright or soft colors with varying intensities, as you prefer. In your rooms, for example, you can install LED with just the right amount of light which you could achieve by picking LED wall panels to customize your lighting. Or you can have your wall embellished with different soft lights. Another is to replace your lamp light with LED having smooth soft color. This setting can also be applied to the dining room or the work room.
LED can also add life to furniture like tables. You can place bright LED to the underside of the table to make it appear glowing. Or you can also highlight the contour of the furniture–that would give a cool look– that will be amazing for your children.
LED Light Reflections
Reflections complement interior designing. They can illuminate and intensify light. There are LED mirrors which you can experiment on to achieve the right blend and tone of light. LED mirror is a combination of a mirror, board and a clock. It informs you about the time, aside from its intensifying and illuminating properties. Just experiment on where to place it. It can give differing lighting effects depending upon its location.
LED for the Interior
Aside from the decorative uses of LED lighting, there are also LED for specific uses– like for Stage or Theatrical Lighting Effects. A LED Projector Lamp is used in Theaters, Clubs, and Museums. This is a RGB display spotlight. It has full DMX programming capabilities. It can be plugged directly into regular electrical outlets and it contains a built-in transformer.