Light for a Reason

    Interior Design and how getting the correct lighting can influence the mood. 

    It’s amazing how much of a difference tinted light bulbs can make to the atmosphere in any given room. Adding a subtle hint of colour through a light bulb can create the perfect setting for any occasion and help generate any desired mood. Three of the most common shades of tinted bulbs are blue, red and white. With the help of Washington Lighting, we will discuss how to choose the perfect shade to suit your mood and create a different atmosphere in your own home.

    Blue tinted light bulbs are most commonly used to create peaceful and tranquil mood settings, as blue is known to have calming qualities. Blue tinted light bulbs also help to brighten small spaces, reflect light and provide a bright, airy space for you to relax. These types of shades are ideal for home offices as you can create a peaceful, calm working space or perhaps in a room where you go to relax.

    Red tinted light bulbs are most commonly used to create mysterious and sensual surroundings due to the nature of the colour. The colour red is most associated with love, passion and fiery qualities so this is a perfect option for creating a romantic atmosphere in your home. Red shades help to create a warm and inviting atmosphere whilst still giving it that subtle touch of romance. 

    White tinted bulbs are most commonly used to create bright, inviting and clean atmospheres. White in its nature is pure and clean, so white tinted bulbs can help you recreate that pure, crisp atmosphere in your own home. This is an excellent choice for living areas, kitchens and studies as white tinted bulbs will help to brighten small spaces and improve lighting levels. White tinted bulbs also help to create a mood similar to a summer’s morning; giving the effect of having natural sunlight in your own room.

    If you’re the type of person who enjoys relaxing in the comfort of your own home, tinted light bulbs can be the perfect solution for an affordable way of changing things up. Tinted light bulbs can be used in almost any room in the house, although areas such as the kitchen and bathroom should maintain normal levels of visibility and lighting. For other rooms, you could even use several different colours to suit your mood or occasion.

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