Guide to Colour Temperatures for LED Bulbs
The Colour Temperature of an LED bulb is most often described in one of three colours: Warm
White, Cool White and Daylight.
Warm White is usually used in domestic or hospitality settings and is the colour associated with a
traditional halogen bulb. If you are looking for a warm feel or to replace the ambience of a halogen
bulb, then a warm white led bulb is for you. Choose Warm White LED Bulbs for sitting rooms and
Cool White is a cooler white colour often associated with fluorescent tubes in commercial offices
or in supermarkets. In homes, many people choose Cool White LED bulbs for their kitchens,
conservatories or garages.
Daylight colour is a very white light, almost with a tinge of blue to it, and provides the very best
colour rendering for hobbies, close work or many retail environments. Daylight colour LED bulbs
work well in standard lamps or in workshops and home-offices.
Very warm white led bulbs are also available - often in retro-looking LED bulbs such as squirrel
cage bulbs or visible filament LED bulbs. Very warm white has an almost amber glow and is ideal
for creating a decorative effects and a very warm ambience.
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