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Led Spotlights

LED spotlights are quickly becoming the preferential lighting option when it comes to replacing spotlights in the home and office. Spotlights have always been beneficial at providing much brighter light than simple incandescent bulbs and also benefit from focused light. This has made them a favourite in the home, especially in bathrooms and kitchens where focused light is much more effective than general incandescent lighting.

Led Spotlights are often used in multiple quantities in order to provide the maximum lighting solution. They can also sometimes be switched on and off in sections. So for example, some people may have Led spotlights in their living room and have as many as ten or twelve different Led  spotlights. This can mean that all twelve can be switched on for maximum illumination, but if you wanted dimmer lighting or just a particular area to be illuminated, then you can switch some of them off. Others use Led spotlights over specific areas such as a mirror or favourite painting or sculpture.

In the bathroom, Led spotlights are a common favourite. Bathrooms often lack natural light due to being very small and only having a small window, or in some cases, no windows at all. Therefore this room often lacks light yet is one of the rooms where light is most important. People have Led spotlights often placed above the shower cubicle or bath as well as over the mirror and sink areas. As people often do makeup in bathrooms as well as shaving and styling hair, this can be important and therefore more and more people opt for Led spotlights in the bathroom rather than standard incandescent light bulbs.

The same issue is in the kitchen. Many people congregate in the kitchen but also require strong lighting to help prepare and cook food. This means that Led spotlights are seeing their way into more and more kitchens and are often placed underneath cupboards, above ovens and also above work surfaces and preparation areas.