Color Temperature

Color Temperature
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Modern bulbs can offer different color temperatures – indicated in a unit called Kelvin (K). A warm light has a lower color temperature, with a lower Kelvin value, giving a cozy atmosphere. Cool light has a higher color temperature, with a higher Kelvin value, which is more energizing. This guide helps you understand color temperature and how to create different moods with your lamps.

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