There are many different bulb constructions to choose from, but when lighting a home we mostly use these two:
From magnificent chandeliers to elegant table lamps, different types of bulb bases are used in our lighting collection:
To achieve the look you want, consider the bulb type, or shape:
Color temperature is measured on the Kelvin Scale, with the lower temperatures bringing warmer, yellower light and the higher temperatures adding cool, bright white light. Tip: For a soft glow, we look for a Warm White color temperature around 3000K.
LUMENS & WATTS
Lumens refer to the brightness of the bulb, whereas wattage refers to how much energy is required to power it. Higher lumens = a brighter light, and higher wattage = higher energy consumption. Since LEDs need less energy no matter the brightness, those bulbs always have low wattage numbers.