Colour temperatures are measured in Kelvin and, vary from warm, for a cozy atmosphere, to cool for a clean and modern look. Choosing a colour temperature is very subjective and everyone has his own preference when creating an ambiance. To help you select the right colour temperature for your setting, choose your application below and select the colour temperature most suited to your needs.

Color temperature chart


The colour temperature of a light source in a specific room or space may have a dramatic effect on the people using that particular lighting whether it is to perform a task, relax or learn. For this reason, choosing the right colour temperature for a given application is of great importance.

Residential


  • Warm White (2 700 K): Welcoming, smooth and relaxed lighting. Emphasizes reds and yellows to create a comfortable living space!
  • White (3 000 K): Dynamic and even lighting. Create a neutral light for a friendly and relaxed environment!
  • Cool White (4 000 K): Radiant, clean and stimulating lighting. Design a space perfect for reading with a modern look!

Restaurant Application


  • Ambiance Amber: Comfortable and stylish lighting. Create an atmosphere that has character and charm!
  • Warm White (2 700 K): Welcoming and smooth lighting. Highlights reds and yellows to create an inviting space!
  • White (3 000 K): Dynamic and even lighting. Create a neutral light for a friendly and relaxed environment!
  • Cool White (4 000 K): Radiant, clean and stimulating lighting. Use this crisp light to create a modern look!

Commercial Office Application


  • Warm White (2 700-3 000 K): Welcoming and smooth lighting. Highlights reds and yellows to create an inviting space!
  • White (3 500 K): Dynamic and even lighting. Create a neutral light for a balanced environment!
  • Cool White (4 100 K): Radiant, clean and stimulating lighting. Helps increase contrast, perfect for task lighting and work environments!
  • Daylight (5 000 K): Pleasant and luminous lighting. It imitates sunlight to create a stimulating and lively environment!

Warehouse Application


  • Warm White (3 000 K): Smooth lighting. Highlights reds and yellows; it is ideal for smaller warehouses!
  • White (3 500 K): Dynamic and even lighting. Create a neutral light for a balanced environment!
  • Cool White (4 100 K): Radiant, clean and stimulating lighting. It helps increase contrast, perfect for large warehouses!
  • Daylight (5 000 K): Pleasant and luminous lighting. It imitates sunlight to create a stimulating and clean environment!

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