Living rooms: a low-energy warm light bulb will achieve the ideal ambiance.
Restrooms: a bathroom should be illuminated by a general light with a specific type of light in the mirrors.
Kitchens: low- energy bulbs adapt best to these types of rooms.
Corridors and other passa-geways: for these areas the suitable light is halogen bulb because they are quick start. Area where the light should remain on for a long time, it is advisable to use a low- energy led light
Work areas: you need a bulb that provide a high luminous flux (lm) and has a colour reproduction as real as possible.
Choose the right light
Luminous flux is the amount of light a bulb emits. It is expressed in lumen (lm). The greater amount of light provided. Light efficiency us the ratio between the luminous flux the bulb emits and its consumption in watts (lm/W). Led lamps are more efficient because of the higher result of this ratio.
Modify a room’s ambiance
Colour temperature is the colour irradiated by a light source. It can vary from warm yellow light to cold blue light. It makes it possible to modify a room’s ambiance without having to make any physical change. The unit is the degree Kelvin (ºK)