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Light bulbs, particularly LED light bulbs, come in a wide range of colours and sizes, which means that’s there always a light bulb for whatever lighting application you can think of. Most light bulbs come in two kinds of colour temperatures or tones: cool and warm. Each has its own ideal application, which largely depends on the space being the lit, the activity in that space, and the desired lighting effect generated by the artificial light source. As a rule of thumb, light bulbs with a cool colour are ideal for areas where work takes place. Below are a few places where you can install cool light bulbs. 

Kitchens Cool LED light bulbs make your kitchen look and feel livelier. With their bright white light, cool LED helps you see everything you’re chopping and cooking. Softer lights with a warm glow don’t work well in kitchens, because their yellow light makes it harder to distinguish if food is accurately cooked. 

Libraries Although libraries and studies are meant to be relaxing rooms if you want to study or do homework without falling asleep, cool LED light bulbs are what you need. Don’t overdo it with warm lights in this room, as you might have a hard time reading because of the calming yellow tone. Most people find it more comfortable to read under a cool LED bulb since it makes the text seem to stand out more. 

Garages Whether you spend a lot of time working on your car, upgrading it and playing with the engine, a safe garage is a well-lit garage. If you like to keep power tools and do all kinds of shop work inside the garage, it’s a good idea to invest in high-lumen cool lighting, along with task lights, to ensure maximum visibility and safety. More information about cool and warm LED light bulbs can be found here. You can also contact the LiquidLEDs customer support team for more tips and tricks on LED lighting.

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