What would you do with 25,000 hours? Read your overdue library books? Finish that epic puzzle? Whatever you do, LED lighting can keep you company because that’s about how long LEDs last. We’ve got a variety of LED lights, too, like strips under a cabinet or a work lamp in your laptop’s USB.
LED bulbs can help to keep your electricity bills lower, as they use 85% less energy than traditional bulbs.
Brighten up your home with LED lights
LED lights are an energy-efficient, great modern solution in lighting that casts a diffuse, even light that’s crisp yet soft. The even illumination of LED lighting will do away with shadowy recesses in rooms while providing clarity through direct lighting.
Types of LED lighting
LED spotlights with shelving or cabinet clamp
Enjoy glare-free light anywhere with the flexibility of a bendable lamp neck and a clamp that can firmly attach to desks, shelving, headboards or cabinets. Super slim and easy to relocate, the lamp head is adjustable as well. Read a book into the wee hours without disturbing your partner as the light goes only where you want it to. Or, clamp it to shelving or a tabletop to illuminate the model train set you’ve been working on with the kids.
LED light strips
Flexible lighting strips allow you to express your creativity in lighting. Trace the top of headboards and the bottom of bed sets with cooling LED lighting to redefine your bedroom. They’re suitable for confined spaces since they emit less heat than incandescent bulbs. They can be cut to fit, so you can illuminate medicine cabinets, wardrobes or trophy cases. Use them to add a stunning glow to entertainment centers or to highlight works of art with sharp lighting from below.
Light up even the smallest space in your home and put it to practical use with this super-slim lamp with an adjustable lamp head. It’s easy to get to work with your laptop wherever you go since you can power LED lamps through the USB port on your computer or an ordinary outlet
LED track lighting
Use cabinet spotlights to showcase your piece of art or to make collectibles or cherished family heirlooms come to life. Create a stunning display by illuminating open shelves or closed glass doors holding fine dining ware or your kids’ little league trophies.
Save with LED light bulbs
Buy fewer light bulbs and enjoy fewer changeouts with the long lifespan of LED bulbs.The LED light source of smart LED light fixtures consumes up to 85% less energy and lasts 20 times longer than incandescent bulbs. LED light fixtures emit far less heat, making them suited for confined spaces such as wardrobes, cabinets and drawers. Their low energy consumption helps you to spend less on your electricity bill for even more cost savings. Smart LED lights provide a soft, yet crisp illumination that disperses evenly throughout a room to cut down on shadows while providing the clarity of direct, even light that is glare free. Some LED light fixtures, including LED light strips, can be connected to the TRÅDFRI driver and wireless dimmer. Don’t get out of bed or off the couch to adjust the mood since you can easily turn on, turn off and dim your lighting as needed, wirelessly. You can even use voice command by adding the TRÅDFRI gateway and IKEA Home smart app for control through Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit or Google Home.
Frequently asked questions about LED lighting?
How much more efficient are LED lights?
LED light bulbs consume up to 85% less energy than standard bulbs.
How long do LED bulbs last?
With far less energy consumption, LED lighting lasts up to 20 times longer than incandescent bulbs, with a lifetime of approximately 15,000 hours. So you’ll save money on both bulb replacements and electricity.
How do LED lights work?
LED lighting uses diodes or a semiconductor device to focus light. Their diode-based lighting is far more efficient than the standard lighting of incandescent bulbs which relies upon the heating of filaments to provide illumination. To underscore the difference, we’ve all tried to change a hot incandescent bulb. LED lighting, however, is never hot to the touch—which illustrates how much less energy they use.