In room design, the right lighting of a room plays a fundamental role in the ambience. It is very important to consider some important factors when choosing the right lamps and floor lamps . In addition to the creative integration into the rest of the room design, the look and functionality of the lamps are of course very important. In addition, you should always pay attention to the purpose of the lighting. Finally, it makes a big difference whether we need a pleasant and optimally dimmable ambient lighting for the home theater, or we want to illuminate a cozy reading corner in the living room appropriately and functionally.
Modern floor lamps
In most cases it is not necessary to rely solely on a simple ceiling light for optimum lighting. Unfortunately, this does not usually offer enough flexibility and variations to achieve the best possible result. As a perfect complement to this there are fortunately floor lamps in a variety of designs, designs and colors. With modern floor lamps and lamps it is very easy to compensate for existing deficiencies in the room lighting and to bring light into the areas of the room where it is most needed. With proper planning and preparation, you should be able to easily find the perfect floor lamp for your needs. In the countless online shops on the Internet you will find a nice selection of stylish floor lampsand lamps for every taste. It does not always have to be the expensive designer lamp, then especially online you will often find similar floor lamps at significantly lower prices.
The right color temperature is important
With lights and lamps, it’s not just about the design and the look, but you should not forget the function and the right light color. The color temperature or the color of the light is understood to be the wavelength of the continuous spectrum of a light source and is usually given in Kelvin (K). The choice of the right light temperature is of the utmost importance for the different applications of a lamp or lamp. For example, if you want a cozy and warm light for the living room, the light color should be around 3,000 Kelvin. For the reading corner, however, the color temperature may be between 3,300 and 5,300 Kelvin, depending on the taste. In the study or office you should aim for a temperature of over 5,500 Kelvin and thus similar to the daylight,