LED ceiling lights that adapt to all types of interiors and exteriors.
LED ceiling lights are a stylish way to add up-to-date, energy-efficient lighting to your home. More and more people are switching to LED lamps for their low running cost and impressive lifespan. If you want to be up-to-date, LEDs are perfect for you. They are not only the most advanced in technology, but also provide a current style. The LED ceiling light adapts perfectly to new construction installations and homes with current design. Elegant and discreet LEDs are the future.
Possibilities of LED ceiling lights
Light intensity regulation
The possibility of regulating the lighting level will be essential if you are thinking of installing LED ceiling lights in the living room or dining room. These are areas of the house where the option to dim the light to a more comfortable and intimate level is important.
warm white light
If you are looking for more suitable lighting to relax in the living room, it would be advisable to choose an LED fixture with warm white light.
cool white light
Functional areas of the home, such as the kitchen or foyer, may need a crisper cool white light. This type of light will be more appropriate for cooking food.
Some of our LED ceiling lights come with diffused shades to soften the distribution of light. Of course, the decision of where you need diffused light is up to you. However, it generally works very well in bathrooms to soften the tone and create a softer atmosphere.
LED ceiling lights are a great way to bring a touch of modern style to your home. As you can see, they are available in a wide range of characteristics and, therefore, they are applicable to almost any space in the house.
Once installed, the lifespan of these devices means you don't have to worry about them too much.
Our range of LED ceiling lights are not only durable and energy efficient, they feature attractive designs that will completely transform the style and décor of your home.
Our ceiling lights have powerful LED lamps perfect for the kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom or outdoors. A wide range of LED ceiling lights that adapt to any space thanks to the wide variety of sizes and color finishes that we have.
The best LED ceiling light for your home depends on the type of luminaire and the most suitable luminosity for each room; For example, kitchens and bathrooms often require more intense lighting than living rooms and bedrooms.
What to consider when choosing a good LED ceiling light
shine and power
The brightness of a ceiling light is determined by the lumens, a measurement that indicates the amount of visible light generated. Simply put, more lumens means brighter light, and fewer light fixtures to light up a room.
When comparing ceiling tiles, keep in mind the room you want to light. Lamps that provide bright light for kitchens, bathrooms, and home offices can be dazzling in living rooms and bedrooms. That said, some LED ceiling lights do have dimmable capabilities, allowing you to adjust the light to your needs.
Keep in mind the following general rules about the lumens needed depending on the type of room:
- Work areas in the kitchen: From 7,000 to 8,000 lumens
- Bathroom: 7,000 to 8,000 lumens
- Home office: 6,000 to 8,000 lumens
- Dining: 3,000 to 4,000 lumens
- Kitchen 3,000 to 4,000 lumens
- Dining: 3,000 to 4,000 lumens
- Living room: 1,000 to 2,000 lumens
- Bedroom 1,000 to 2,000 lumens
Most LED ceiling lights work the same way as other ceiling lights. After installation, a wall switch is flipped to turn the light on and off. Some, but not all, are also compatible with dimmer switches, allowing you to dim the light in the room for even more energy savings. Others are remote-controlled or come with Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connectivity so you can turn them on and off or pre-program them from a smartphone or other digital device.
When incandescent bulbs were the most common form of light, interior rooms would take on a slightly yellowish glow, which to many was natural. With today's LED lights, homeowners can choose from several color tones, rated on the Kelvin (K) scale, which indicates how warm or cool the light is.
- 2000K to 2200K: At the warmer end of the Kelvin spectrum, these LED lights offer a soft amber glow, creating a warm and inviting feel.
- 2200K to 2700K: This range produces a soft white light that is relaxing and suitable for family and living spaces.
- 2700K to 3000K: Brighter and lighter but with a touch of warmth, lights in this Kelvin range are comfortable but not harsh.
- 3000K to 3500K: The midpoint of the Kelvin scale, LEDs in this range are crisp and cool.
- 3500K to 4000K: Lights in this range are considered "cool white" lights and are well suited for rooms that require adequate lighting, such as kitchens and hobby rooms.
- 4000K to 4500K: LED lights in this color range may also be referred to as "daylight" color lights and are considered bright and crisp.
4500K to 6500K: Also called "luxury daylight", lights in this color range are very cool and bright and are typically reserved for industrial environments as their range is too bright to be comfortable in many home environments.
Spectrum Lights: New color spectrum lights offer a range of color options, including multiple shades of yellow, blue, green, and pink. These are often called "color changing lights" and buyers can select individual colors to suit a specific mood.