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Creative LED Lighting Uses for Your Home

Light-emitting diodes are now commonly used to light homes. Despite their often compact size, they can fulfill many different applications. They also have long lifespans, and only use a minimal amount of energy to provide illumination. Due to these practical reasons, we can find LED signs, lamps, and light fixtures almost everywhere we go.
If you’ve been considering installing LED lights at home, here are a few applications for them that you may find interesting or useful:
Faucets and Showerheads

Did you know you can add LED lights to your faucets and showerheads? These can provide a neat futuristic look that can add your home’s appeal and value. You can buy new showerheads or faucets online that are already equipped with LED lights. If you also want to upgrade the rest of your bathroom fixtures, there are also LED tubs that you can check out.
Dining Table
LED lights can be built right into the table if you fancy doing a DIY project over the weekend. These lights can also work as tab…

4 Amazing Applications for LED Lights

LEDs or Light-Emitting Diodes have gone a long way since their first inception. You might remember them as the tiny red lights that we can find in our laser pointers. Today, we can find LEDs being used almost everywhere -- as LED signs, lights for homes and businesses, and for computer monitors to name a few common applications.
Aside from our everyday use, people have found innovative applications for this technology. From applying LED for offices to medical procedures, here are four innovate ways these lights are used today:
LED Sky Panels

According to studies from the Department of Energy, LED lights are known to use up to 80% less energy and shine brighter than traditional lighting. Aside from that, did you know that these lights can also help make you happier and more productive?
Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineer IAO have developed LED sky panels. These panels are designed to be used in offices and offer a look similar to the sky which can make wo…

5 Lighting Tips for Your Restaurant

For businesses, first impressions matter. You only have one shot at enticing potential customers before they decide to take their business elsewhere. Making a good impression starts with factors such as your products, your service, and the ambiance of the place. That last one is important especially if you’re running a restaurant, and one way you can improve it is by utilizing LED signs and lights.
As a matter of fact, research indicates that 74% of diners stay longer at establishments that have lighting that makes them feel comfortable. With that said, here are a few tips that can help get the ambiance you’re looking for:
Make Lighting a Design Priority

When it comes to restaurant design, lighting should be a central theme. Consider the layout of your establishment in its entirety, especially the tables and chairs since this is where will spend most of their time in. For example, if you want to highlight the tables, you can try to install pendant lights above them.
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How to Make Your Bar More Attractive

Whether you’re planning to open a new bar in your city or you’re already running one, you know that the competition can be very tight. It’s not enough that your bar is offering good drinks at a fair price (what bar doesn’t?), you should be able to stand out and attract your target customers. Lighting such as LED signs can be a big help in making the bar more attractive. That said, here are a few more tips:
New Lighting

New lighting depends on how you want the interiors to look like, in other words, your bar's theme. If you want it to look like a restaurant from the 50s, you’re going to need a lot of colorful neon lighting. If you want it to look like a speakeasy, you’re going to need dimmer lighting. Make sure the lighting focuses on the main bar area where customers get their drinks.
Creative Barstools
Make the seats comfortable and aesthetically pleasing, especially if you have a theme. Remember that customers are going to be sitting in their seats for hours while they have dri…