LED Lighting

Slowly upgrading to LED. These are Lights we own or that I'd like to own. The lights I took photos of... look better when viewing the light they throw into the room. Opinions given are my own. Opinions are based on aesthetics, coolness or warmness of light (I prefer cool 5000k+ but can live with warm 2700K), where the lights would be used and of course price for general purpose LED's.
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5000k (daylight) Philips bulb.  11 W replaced a 13 W CFL in the laundry room.  Massive improvement in the lighting.

11 W replaced a 13 W CFL in the laundry room. Massive improvement in the lighting.

#LEDFilamentBulb vanishes into this fixture when off.  #ElegantEnergy .

vanishes into this fixture when off.

5W #Daylight #LEDFilamentBulb , perfectiy brilliant for this fixture.

, perfectiy brilliant for this fixture.

9W LED (After)

9W LED (After)

5W LED (After)

5W LED (After)

24 W (3 x 8W) LED  (After)       Will be putting in higher lumen bulbs in the future; still 24W beats 180W or the 120W of 3 40W bulbs.

24 W x LED (After) Will be putting in higher lumen bulbs in the future; still beats or the of 3 bulbs.

180W (3 x 60W) Incandescent (Before)

x Incandescent (Before)

9W LED (After)

9W LED (After)

9W LED (After)

9W LED (After)

13 W CFL (Before)

13 W CFL (Before)


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