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Best LED Light for Bedroom
Time:02 Sep 2022 11:16

When it comes to bedroom lighting, most of us prefer it to be calming, atmospheric, but still bright enough to give you good visibility when you need it. As a result, many people opt for soft or dimmable LED lights for their bedrooms as they offer a good range of adjustability to suit everyone’s needs.

Additionally, LED lighting is a favorite for its smart features and cost-effective performance. The power-saving led bulbs last longer and require less power to run, which can save you a lot of money in the long run. 

Which Type of LED Lights to Choose for Your Bedroom?

The key to choosing good lighting in the bedroom is to pay attention both to practicality and your circadian rhythm. You want the LED lights you pick out to allow you to have good visibility as well as simulate natural lighting (to an extent) to promote healthy sleeping habits. When it comes to visibility, a lot will depend on your individual needs. Do you read at night? Does your bedroom double as a home office? Do you want your bedroom to feel cozy and soft when your lights are turned on or do you need brighter lights for when you need to look up something or work? The goal is to match your own light intensity needs with the lumen number of LED lights for the right match.

In most cases, the intensity of the light source in your bedroom should be between 1,500 and 4,000 lumens. If you don’t want to choose between soft atmospheric lighting and bright visibility, dimmable LED lights are the perfect solution as you can adjust the light intensity as needed. Similarly, you could turn to layering lights to make sure that you have the versatility you need. For instance, the main lighting source in your bedroom could be soft and cozy, whereas the task lights, such as bedside lamps, could be brighter for better visibility, e.g. while reading in bed.

As for the effect of LED bedroom lights on your circadian rhythm, both the light intensity and color temperature are important factors. To align indoor lighting with your body’s inner diurnal and nocturnal rhythm, you should mimic the brightness and the hue of the natural lights. In the case of bedroom lighting, this would mean installing LED lights that allow and promote the production of melatonin in the brain, a hormone that is responsible for the regulation of sleep and wake cycle. Blue tones in lighting stimulate your normal waking state, so it’s better to opt for warm white tones and color temperatures between 2,700 and 3,000 Kelvins.


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