Published at Thursday, January 18th, 2018 - 02:14:15 AM. . By Alarice Maes.
One of the most common elements in a living room is a television, and one of the most common problems with the television is keeping it dark enough in the room to watch. With the advancement of plasma, digital light processing, and LCD televisions, living rooms are having to become darker, and darker. When I first purchased my 42 inch plasma television for my bedroom, I was overjoyed at the picture, but felt less excited the next morning when the sun in my room nearly destroyed my ability to view this amazing T.V. For those that think lighting in a living room isnt important, hopefully the example of my plasma T.V. will serve as a reminder to how important lighting is in a room.
These warmer fluorescents have a temperature of around 2700 K, while the whiter light can be up to and around 6500 K. At these high white levels the light is practically simulating daylight and therefore more commonly found in office spaces or the more modern, plain living environment. Unless your living space can support it, go for a warmer light which will provide a comforting and relaxing glow.
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