The first LED bulbs on the market produced a very blue daylight; many people think that’s still the case. However, this is no longer blue as LED can range in colour temperature. Kelvins are used to measure light colour. Scientific tests have proven the colour of light can impact upon energy levels and productivity. For example, to relax at home you would choose a warm light in rooms such as your bedroom. A warm white light, however, may not work in your kitchen or bathroom, as these rooms usually have white fittings, such as sinks or cabinets, which would look give it a yellow tint in warm light.
We would recommend a white (3,000K) or cool white (4,000K) light for those areas. LED technology has evolved significantly within the last decade. Today, most LED lights are available in a variety of white colours – everything from very warm white (2,000K) through to daylight (6,500K). You can choose an LED light that shi