Distressing your Bedroom with Lights
At home, the bedroom is considered as a sanctuary where you can relax and unwind, but the most common mistake that people make when decorating their bedroom is that they choose the wrong lights. Lighting is one of the most important things that people tend to underestimate, especially when it comes to minimizing their stress levels.
Here are a few tips on how you can minimize your stress by adjusting the lights in your bedroom.
Mind the Tone When buying a light bulb, you actually get to choose between a warm and cool tone. Warm tones are better for bedrooms since they give out a relaxing yellowish colored light, giving the space it illuminates a homey feel to it. Cool toned bulbs can be a bit too harsh and are better for task-oriented rooms like the kitchen.
All bulbs carry warm toned models, even the new ones like LED bulbs.
Candles You can never go wrong with candle light if you want to distress and relax. There’s just something so soothing about candles. Try to use scented candles with scents like lavender or peppermint to give you some aroma therapy. The downside of using candles is that you have to keep an eye on them since they can turn into a fire hazard.
One way to avoid this and still keep that candle-lit effect is to use battery powered LEDs that mimic candle light. You can find these in dollar stores and home improvement shops, plus they’re very inexpensive.
Dimmers Want to have the ability to change the brightness of your bulb without replacing it? invest on a dimmer. These are just little knobs that can be connected to the bulb’s line. You can use these to make the light as bright or as dim as you want.
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