Home lighting is very important from an aesthetic and functional point of view. Fortunately, in recent times this aspect of home decoration has been taken into account as it deserves. More and more people choose WARM LIGHTING to illuminate some of the rooms of the house such as the living room or bedrooms. WARM LIGHTING is perceived as an amber color and creates a cozy atmosphere in the room. The brain identifies this lighting as relaxing and comfortable, ideal for leisure activities such as watching television. However, this lighting is not advisable if you want to study or work from home.
WARM LIGHTING is ideal for the living room because it creates a harmonious ambiance ideal for entertaining guests or just sitting comfortably on the sofa after a hard day’s work. In addition, this type of lighting helps to highlight decorative or architectural details because it highlights the different colors, reliefs, and textures. If you want to change the ambiance of your living room and control the intensity of the light you should use dimmer lamps. If your idea is that your living room has an intimate atmosphere you can place lights at a low height that will project a softer illumination.
WARM LIGHTING is ideal for bedrooms since the goal is to achieve restful sleep. In fact, many people have insomnia because they have chosen the wrong lighting for their bedroom. Warm light induces the brain to relax and fall asleep. In addition, this type of lighting invites us to calm down and reflect on the activities we carry out during the day. Logically if you want to achieve a good quality of sleep in addition to a good light is necessary not to entertain yourself with a tablet or cell phone. If you want to add warmth to your bedroom, place a lamp with diffused light on the bedside table.