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Twiggy Hinged Vanity Light contemporary-bathroom
 

Twiggy Hinged Vanity Light

Edge Lighting's new Hollywood Lights for bathrooms. Twiggy, Bardot and Audrey offer dimmable LED vanity lighting that eliminates shadows and provides the perfect, very warm white illumination to accentuate skin tones. The 2,700K color mimics the softer look of incandescent lighting yet with the efficiency of LED lighting. Only 7 watts per foot.
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Twiggy Hinged Vanity Light Edge Lighting's new Hollywood Lights for bathrooms. Twiggy, Bardot and Audrey offer dimmable LED vanity lighting that eliminates shadows and provides the perfect, very warm white illumination to accentuate skin tones. The 2,700K color mimics the softer look of incandescent lighting yet with the efficiency of LED lighting. Only 7 watts per foot. less URLhttp://www.lightology.com/index.php?module=v... CategoryBathroom StyleContemporary LocationOther Metro
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When it comes to color temperature the rule is inverse: the higher the color temperature, the whiter or bluer the light. The lower the temperature, the warmer the light. The color temperature scale is the same for all bulbs. For example, a 3000K incandescent bulb has the same degree of visual warmth or coolness as a 3000K compact fluorescent. The latter is just more energy efficient.In this bathroom, dimmable LED lighting with a color temperature of 2700K provides warm white illumination to accentuate skin tones. It mimics the softer look of incandescent lighting but has the efficiency of LED lighting. Bulb Breakdown: LEDs or Light-Emitting DiodesWhere to use: Because LEDs offer a wide range of color temps — from warm to cool — they are suitable for any area of the home. Color temp: 2700K-6500K CRI: 65-90s Energy: They can last up to 25,000 hours and use 75-percent less energy than incandescent bulbs.
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