LED Closet Lighting: The Basics

Choose LED (light emitting diode) lights and fixtures that are the longest-lasting and most energy-efficient solution.

Choose LED (light emitting diode) lights and fixtures that are the longest-lasting and most energy-efficient solution. In addition to providing the necessary slickness to guarantee your software is up to code, they also eliminate the need for maintenance or the trouble of climbing to dangerous heights to replace bulbs. LED technology is typically met with skepticism because of its greater upfront cost; nevertheless, when the numerous benefits are taken into account, it becomes evident that it is the better option.

You don't have to go into debt to have good lighting for your closet. Small space luminaires that can perform the job may be found beginning at roughly $20 from PRO LIGHTING. The space savings afforded by flush mounts and recessed fixtures makes them a popular choice for closets. With their flexible design and simple installation, flush mounts are a fantastic option.

When it comes to replacing obsolete incandescent or CFL lighting in closets, basements, laundry rooms, workplaces, and other utility rooms throughout the house, a basic surface mount closet fixture is the way to go. Explore our Lotus 6-inch LED Surface Mount Disk Light with Motion Sensing for a more productive alternative. Energy is conserved because of its automated on/off feature. One can even install 6 inch flush mount ceiling light.

Observe the Color Temperature

The color temperature should be carefully considered when purchasing LED lighting. White light with a color temperature between 3000 and 4000 Kelvins (K) is recommended for most closet uses. If your closet serves as a dressing area with mirrors, lighting with a color temperature below 4000K will be excessively harsh and unpleasant. Over 3000K, colors may seem overly yellow.


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