Do you have your own lighting ideas, but are not sure how to realize them? Want to know how to properly light a particular room? Or are you looking for expert advice and inspiration? Well, you’ve come to the right place.
Learn how the color temperature of a bulb can help you to create different moods.
See how energy savers can create the right light effect and ambience to fit your mood and reduce your lighting bills.
See how halogen bulbs offer you a huge choice of lighting possibilities, with greater efficiency than standard incandescent bulbs.
See how LED bulbs can help you transform any living space with super efficiency and beautiful warm light.
Base and Shape
Light bulbs come in different shapes, with different bases. Learn what to look for and how to make the right choice.
See how a bulb's light effect is influenced by its coating and how this can help you create the right kind of lighting.
See how to choose the right bulb to control the amount of light to create the perfect atmosphere for all your activities.
LED CandleLights and TeaLights
See how to create mood with lighting by mimicking candlelight the safe way.
See how to create mood with lighting by accenting the objects you love.
Learn about the differences between base types and how to pick the right one for your light fixture.
Watt and lumen
Learn more about the difference between watt and lumen and what it says about a bulb.
Amount of Light
Light output is actually measured in lumen – not watt. Learn the difference and how to find out the amount of light a bulb produces.
See how to create mood by playing with colored light using Philips LivingColors.
Create your own lighting plan
Color Rendering Index
See how a high color rendering index makes colors appear natural.
How to light your driveway
Learn how you can use different types of lighting in your driveway to make it easier to park your car and create a warm welcome.
See how lumen indicates the amount of light that a bulb produces.
Wide and focused light
See how the shape of a bulb has a big impact on the light effect it delivers.
See how color temperature determines if a bulb produces warm or cool light.