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High CRI 90+ Replacement Lights for Indoor Installation
My decorator wants me to replace my bulbs with CRI 90 or higher to improve the natural color of the room. I'm new to these bulbs and would appreciate your assistance. These are for indoor lights.
As you consider the options in our catalog in the interim, it might be helpful to know that our products offer a CRI of 95+, which means that the quality of light output is extremely similar to full noon daylight. We have also attached a few instructional resources from our website below, which we hope prove to be useful for your purchase planning.
The lights I will be replacing will be in the bathroom, bedroom, and one in the kitchen above the sink. The bulbs that are in now make the walls look pink instead of light gray. I have four bulbs over the counter in the bathroom. I’m hoping to have not just better color, but good light for makeup application. The bedroom had an overhead with two bulbs.
I have two flush mounts in the kitchen and the dining room that have this piece with a bunch of little Led lights. The hallway has the same thing. I have never seen this before, so have no idea if it can be changed to just regular bulbs. I would like the bathroom and kitchen to be bright, the bedroom a little softer.
Though we, unfortunately, do not have replacements for the embedded LED light fixtures within the dining room and hallway fixtures, we do have A19 products that appear to be compatible with the bathroom, bedroom, and kitchen light fixtures.
As referenced within the previously provided article, we generally recommend utilizing 2700K for living areas such as bedrooms and hallways. For kitchen spaces and dining areas, we would instead recommend utilizing 3000K lights.
As such, I recommend our 2700K and 3000K CENTRIC HOME™ Full Spectrum Flicker-Free A19 10W LED Bulbs for those spaces. That said, please note that these A19 lights are not compatible with dimmers. If you have space that might benefit from in-wall dimmers, we would then recommend the Ultra High 95 CRI E26 BR30 LED Bulb for Home & Residential light (though please be advised that this item is out of stock until August 16th).
These products can offer not only full-spectrum light output, but also feature a high CRI of 95+. As CRI is a measurement for how similar the quality of light is to full daylight on a scale from 0-100, I believe that these lights would benefit each room with much improved high-quality output.
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