Turning Your Bedroom Into A Sanctuary Part I

Dimmers can be used to reduce the brightness of a room's lighting for a relaxing mood. Photo courtesy of Kichler.
Dimmers can be used to reduce the brightness of a room's lighting for a relaxing mood. Photo courtesy of Kichler.

After a long day at work, tackling household chores and taking the kids to school and extracurricular activities, you may be ready to shut yourself in your bedroom and decompress. With the craziness that sometimes happens in other rooms of your home, it’s nice to have a space where you can relax without too many distractions.

In addition to a nice cup of tea and a good book, the appropriate lighting can help you kick back at the end of the day. Right now, dimming controls are all the rage and they’re nothing like the ones you saw as kid. Today’s dimmers don’t just turn down the brightness of your lights to create a calming atmosphere, they come with features such as programmable timers and are compatible with a variety of fixtures.

Lighting is key to setting the mood in a room, and after dealing with an intense daily schedule, dimmers allow you to create the ultimate relaxation sanctuary.

For more information on the latest trends in mood lighting, contact an ALA-member retailer or visit americanlightingassoc.com for tips and tricks to turn your bedroom into a sanctuary.

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  1. Thanks for your questions. Currently, there is not a spceail tool specifically for the LED PARS. In speaking with a few industry partners the consensus is that they use the same tool that they use for flood lights in higher applications. The demand for spceail product has not surfaced yet, but there will a time for it when more businesses that have converted to LEDs will need to replace their lamps.

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