LED wardrobe lights: 5 ideas for every closet
Finding an outfit is a daily struggle: searching your wardrobe for something that looks good and feels comfortable can be difficult if your space is dimly lit. How else will you decide which shirt goes with what jacket?
Before long, you’ll give up optimising your wardrobe and pile your clothes in the corner of your bedroom. Well, we say: no more! Light Supplier can tell you how to use LED wardrobe lights for better organisation and practicality.
Browse our five best ideas for illuminating your closet and check out our high-quality LED wardrobe light product recommendations.
Are LED lights good for closets?
Yes, LED wardrobe lights are a safe, energy-efficient and customisable way to increase visibility in your wardrobe. Traditionally, wardrobes are small structures or rooms that do not require much illumination to light up.
LED wardrobe lights provide an energy-saving solution that won’t add to your monthly electricity bill. Unlike living room spotlights or lamps required through the night, they won't be on for endless hours. Moreover, you’ll only need these to be functional when rummaging through your clothes.
Give off less heat
Their innovative heat sink design means they give off much less heat energy than traditional incandescent bulbs or halogen bulbs. As a result, they’re an incredibly safe option for minimising fire risks and keeping the contents of your closet safe.
Range of styles
You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to their brightness, colour temperature and designs. Browse a range of cool and warm products, some with minimalist, contemporary designs and others with more ornate fixings for period homes.
What colour LED is best for closets?
While the perfect colour temperature for your wardrobe will depend on your preferences, we recommend fixtures that emit a temperature between 3000-4000k. These LEDs will offer clean, white illumination, allowing you to see your garments in all their glory.
Cool temperatures (5000k+) may create an unflattering effect on any mirrors in your closet, and warm temperatures (1000-2700k) could make the environment appear yellow. In comparison, 3000-4000k diodes mimic natural lighting and help you avoid clashing prints or colours.
Invest in an LED extrusion
2. Install motion sensor lights
3. Illuminate the bottom of your wardrobe
4. Try LED strip lights!
5. Incorporate a statement pendant light
Choose Light Supplier for Premium LED Wardrobe Lights!
With so many options available, finding the right products for your home can take time and effort. That’s why we’re on hand to help. Light Supplier offers affordable, energy-efficient solutions for stylish homes needing LED lights.
Use our ideas for inspiration and begin your dream wardrobe lighting plan today. Incorporate cost-effective LED light strips, extrusions, plinth lights and motion sensor products to create the best environment for you.