How Color Temperature & Brightness Can Influence Your Home’s Atmosphere
Have you ever noticed how a well-lit restaurant or store instantly boosts your mood? It’s not just you. Scientific studies have found a correlation between lighting and emotions, and it’s been proven that our circadian rhythms are influenced by natural light. After all, many people experience seasonal affective disorder during the darkest times of the year.
So, who is to say the lighting in your house isn’t affecting your daily moods, too?
Automated lighting systems have revealed all-new ways to adjust the appearance of your home’s lights. Depending on the time of day, you’ll want to shift your LEDs’ brightness and color temperature, which are measured in lumens and Kelvins.
Most people have heard of measuring lightbulbs with Watts. But what are Kelvins and Lumens, and why are they important for your automated lighting system? Below, we’ll share all you need to know about lighting settings for your home in South Florida and the Boca Raton area.