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Wall Lights in a Dark Room

Wall Lights in a Dark Room

For good light output in a dark room, consider the following factors:

  1. Adjustable or Swivel Fixtures: Wall lights that can be adjusted or swivelled allow you to direct light where it's needed most, making them versatile for different room setups.

  2. Brightness: Choose fixtures with adequate light output to suit the size and purpose of the room. LED fixtures are energy-efficient and offer good light output but wall lights can use a variety of bulbs from G9s to E27 - Generally the larger the bulb, the more output you can get. 

  3. Warm White or Cool White Light: The colour temperature of the light matters. Warm white is cosy and ambient and suitable for bedrooms and living rooms, while cool white is more suitable for task-oriented spaces like offices or kitchens.

  4. Dimmability: Wall lights that are dimmable give you control over the intensity of light, allowing you to set the mood in the room.

  5. Style and Aesthetics: Consider the design and style of the fixture to ensure it complements your room's décor.

Ultimately, the best type of wall light will depend on your specific room and lighting needs, so, make an appointment to visit the showroom and discuss your requirements and browse our extensive range of wall lights. 

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