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Lighting from Home Office in Room with No Windows
I’ll probably want to change some lighting in my studio, too, at some time. I bought what I have from you but not sure you had the stick ceiling lights then. To me, they're fluorescent with one of those clear coverings.
I checked our basement wall color on your site, an aqua, and I believe it came up to 97%. I’m into LRV so watch for that when picking paint colors.
There are no windows. The ceiling is white with a sheen. The bottom half of the walls are wood, stained grey. Not a grey that would be my choice now since it’s on the warmer side…flooring is the same.
The height is 7.5”. I can give you the other measurements later as they’re upstairs in my studio at the moment.
Our first thought is to explore looking into replacing the fluorescent lamps while retaining the fixtures that are already in place. This would be the most straightforward way to immediately improve the lighting quality in your son's room.
Specifically, our CENTRIC DAYLIGHT T8 LED tube lights would be a great option for such a replacement:
If you can confirm if the fixture is a 4-ft, T8, or T12 fixture, that would allow us to confirm if our lamps are compatible.
If not, we'll want to look into other options such as replacement bulbs for floor lamps and fixtures - see below:
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