by: Julie Ann Segal
Have you switched to LED light bulbs in your home? If not, you may want to consider the interesting ways they illuminate your space. LED (light-emitting diode) is not just for lighting your way through the dark anymore. Now you can use them for mood lighting, alternating colors, recessed lighting, and dimmers, to name a few. From a design perspective, LED lights can add just the right ambiance to any room.
In fact, I just installed some LED lighting in my new home and I’m loving all the options. The lighting is even hooked up to my smartphone and Alexa. In the bedroom, I just say “Alexa, please dim the lights” or “Alexa, turn off the lights.” Thanks to my boyfriend, an IT professional, the house is becoming a smart home!
Here is a photo of the lighting in my bedroom called Lifx, with some of the color options, including sunset glow and strobe effect. I can even make the lighting flicker, which adds a spooky shine perfect for Halloween.
If you need more practical reasons to make the switch, according to the Department of Energy, LED light bulbs:
Below you will see LED lights that you can purchase through us at Metro Interiors. The lamp has a nightlight built right into the base. We would love to help you select the right lighting. Contact us if would like to see how new lighting, along with other space refreshes, can bring new energy to your life.