THE RIGHT LIGHTING CAN MAKE EVERYDAY TASKS EASIER AND MORE ENJOYABLE
The pandemic has made us all stuck at home. To make the best out of this, we can make
ourselves feel more comfortable at home by making some home décor changes.
Lighting is one of the most important parts of a home. The right lighting helps us
complete common tasks like working or studying effectively. For this purpose, it is vital
to have the correct lighting for different tasks.
The appropriate lighting can guide you
and make some tasks like reading, sewing, cooking, grooming and doing work easier.
These tasks are often done in a specific corner rather than the whole room, hence the
lighting can be localised.
This is where task lighting comes in. Sometimes due to bad lighting, we have trouble
focusing on visual tasks.
This problem can be more distressing for older people as they
have weaker eyesight.
When task lighting is implemented correctly in your home, it lowers eye strain and
All our task Light are perfect to illuminate dim spaces and reduce fatigue and
strain in hallways and kitchens.
To identify problem areas, go to a room in your house and try to read finely printed
words under your current lighting. Ask yourself if you can read it properly, now shine
your phone’s flashlight on it and try again.
If you see more clearly now, a change in
existing lighting is recommended. On our website, you can find various task lighting
fixtures and products designed to illuminate these task areas and make it easier for you
to perform visual tasks at home.
Task lighting makes your everyday life easier. Some types of task lighting fixtures have
controls that allow you to control the amount of light and the colour output. There are a
few types of LED bulbs and lighting fixtures are “smart.” You can connect them to other
smart products in the home and automate them to follow a schedule and be controlled
wirelessly through your smartphone or other types of remote controls.
Wall Light is perfect for some light reading before bed.
While choosing a task lighting fixture, here are some of the things you should keep in
First and foremost, consider the purpose of installing task light fixtures. What is the
problem are you trying to solve? For whom? This way you have a clear idea of what
exactly you need for your home.
While installing Task fixtures LED light sources are recommended as they are extremely
efficient and long-lasting. LEDs also emit a lesser amount of heat than older
incandescent light bulbs.
Amount of light
You need to remember that different tasks may require different amounts of light for
the best visibility.
This feature allows the light to be directed wherever it may be needed and to ensure
that the whole task area is covered.
LEDs come in a range of tints and colours indicated by Kelvin (K) which is often
described as “warm” (reds and yellows) or “cool” (blues). LED light bulbs and fixtures
have a colour rating printed on the bulb or carton that lists the chromaticity value.