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Indoor Lighting

Indoor Lighting

Indoor lighting is there for more than just helping us find our keys. Our range of interior lighting encompasses many different types of light fittings and products, from full art gallery lighting systems to attractive, modern table lamps and from pendant lighting to wall lights.

It’s so important to create the right atmosphere with your choice of indoor lights. What you have in the kitchen will be very different from the living room, which is different again from the lighting in an office or commercial space. We have a range of simple, classic designs through to the most up-to-the-minute smart lighting systems. You find all of them in our Lights Shop.

Today, we spend most of our time indoors in the presence of a combination of natural and artificial lighting.

The question then arises — how do we design indoor lighting to promote healthy circadian rhythms and better health and well-being? A simple solution could be maintaining an ideal Colour Temperature by imitating natural light cycles round the clock. Understanding colour temperature is simple; the higher the temperature, the brighter and cooler the light, and vice versa.

To maintain an ideal circadian rhythm, cooler and brighter interior lights are recommended during the daytime. In contrast, warmer and dimmer ones are well suited for the evenings and nights, the opposite of which might disturb the sleep cycle and reduce our attention span throughout the day. Cooler temperatures in lights act as stimulators and are crucial for focused activities like reading, working, or cooking. They tend to increase our productivity and help us be more alert and attentive while making it difficult for us to fall asleep at night.

Indoor Lights

Indoor Lighting also impacts the serotonin and melatonin levels in our body that govern our sleep patterns, moods and behaviour, productivity, cognition and overall well-being. In prolonged dimly-lit spaces, one may feel sad or depressed and not know what’s causing it. As a result, we must have efficient lighting to influence our biological processes positively.

Therefore, whether it is a residential or commercial space, employing an ideal lighting scheme is vital to the success of the design of a space. For example, in a residential setting, a good lighting scheme can help create a relaxing environment after a long day of work. On the other hand, in a commercial setting, it can increase productivity and lift the overall mood of the space by using the appropriate colour temperature, brightness, and interesting focal points. LEDS C4 has an excellent range.

Light directly impacts our circadian rhythms, ensuring sound sleep, a balanced mood, greater cognition, and overall well-being. Research shows a clear relationship between good lighting and elevated moods, energy levels, concentration, appetite and many other aspects of life. While on the other hand, improper lighting can cause gloominess and an overall reduced cognitive performance by our body. Considering its grave implications, lighting becomes a seminal part of the design scheme of any space.

If you can’t find the indoor lights you’re looking for here, please don’t hesitate to contact Toplightco for friendly expert advice and suggestions for getting new lighting installed in your home or business.