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How to "warm up" my office with better lighting


Question: My office currently has bright fluorescent lighting that feels dark and cold. I want to “warm up” the office with lighting  that will provide a warm and homey atmosphere. What full-spectrum lamps should I purchase?

It sounds like what you are looking for are warmer color temperature bulbs. For residential applications, we typically recommend color temperatures below 3000K. Although you are located in an office setting, since you're trying to replicate a similar, more relaxing atmosphere, we would recommend installing residential bulbs in your office.

For example, here is a 3000K bulb that might work well for your needs: https://store.waveformlighting.com/collections/a19-bulbs/products/centric-home-full-spectrum-flicker-free-a19-10w-led-bulb?variant=16031459278950

Also, make sure that the lighting has high CRI (95 CRI) to ensure that the colors in your space appear natural and accurate.

The term "full spectrum" is commonly associated with "healthier light" that can help provide supplemental light, especially during the darker winter seasons. Keep in mind, however, that full spectrum lights are designed with higher color temperatures (4000K - 6500K) that replicate natural daylight. These color temperatures generally do not produce a relaxing, calming environment. Instead, they are more commonly used to provide an energetic and vibrant atmosphere.


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