LED Lighting as a Design Trend

An article in Electronic House last week discussed how interior designers and architects are incorporating LED lighting into homes for truly amazing visual effects.

Imagine controlling lights embedded in your bathtub to glow with the color of your choice.  Or picture an LED kitchen faucet that lights with a different color based on temperature, signaling when the water is too hot to touch.  The applications for the color and light control options that LEDs offer are endless, making them a hot design trend – especially because they are incredibly energy-efficient as well.  Even tile flooring can be illuminated with LED lighting from beneath.

LED Cove LightingOne of our customers shared a picture with us of the LED Cool White Rope Lights he installed into the vaulted ceiling of his living room.  LED Rope Lights are popular in interior design because they can add a touch of creativity to a cove ceiling.  They provide aesthetic indirect lighting, creating a soft, relaxing atmosphere that can simulate sunrise and sunset.  The picture of Rob’s project, and other projects from our customers, is featured in our Customer Lighting Projects page.

It will be interesting to see how LEDs continue to be incorporated into homes for design elements in the near future.

Emily Widle

Emily graduated from UNC Chapel Hill with a degree in journalism. She enjoys scouring the news to report on the latest in the lighting industry as well as bringing valuable remodeling tips and exemplar home projects to light.

One thought to “LED Lighting as a Design Trend”

  1. Its was good to know that LED lights are gaining popularity in home designing. It helps to give a new look to your home.

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