Lower color temperature lights produce warm-whites, similar to a candle light, while medium color temperature lights produce neutral-whites, and higher color temperature lights produce cool-whites or mimic daylight. Warm white allows your brain to produce the melatonin needed for a comfortable sleep. They are most commonly found in bedrooms, living spaces, spas, and restaurants. Daylight will increase serotonin production keeping you focused, alert, and energized. They are most commonly found in bathroom, office, classroom, stores and industrial areas.
How to choose the right color temperature lights?
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