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Outdoor Lighting & Color Temperature

The aesthetics, security, and general atmosphere of your Atlanta home and outdoor living area can all be improved by outdoor lighting. Knowing what color temperature you want is important whether you want to illuminate a pool, an outdoor entertainment center, or just your garden or driveway.

How do you choose the right color temperature for your home? What is color temperature?

The phrase "color temperature" aids those seeking for outdoor lighting in understanding what shade or hue the bulb will emit when it is turned on. These colors are measured in degrees Kelvin (K). The light is warmer the lower the Kelvin number.

Here is a more thorough explanation of the outdoor LED light's color range scale:

Outdoor Color Temperature Ranges


This temperature range emits a lovely, warm white light. It facilitates the creation of a tranquil and private ambience that is ideal for outdoor living spaces, outdoor kitchens, and ornamental outdoor lighting.


This range of temperatures produces stunning cold white light. As a result of this temperature range's brightness and vibrancy, shadows are dispelled and people can see their surroundings clearly. This color keeps the light focused and helps people to stay awake and attentive, making it the ideal illumination for spaces near stairs, sheds, or outdoor workshops.


This temperature range resembles the moonlight or daytime. It is sharp and clear, aiding in highlighting particulars and directing focus to a main area. Because of this, lighting in this temperature range is frequently employed for security purposes, to illuminate the area surrounding garages, or to highlight beautiful water features like fountains and ponds.