The color of light is represented in Kelvin. This unit of measurement represents color temperature.
What are tangible examples of color temperature? At a higher color temperature, the light becomes blue (cool). With a lower color temperature, the light becomes yellow (warm).
Below are some examples:
|Sunrise (High noon)||3500K|
|Natural white light||6500K|
The color temperature has a big influence on the atmosphere of the room you are using your lights. Warmer lighting has a natural calming effect, whereas a blue colder color enhances concentration.
An overview of our color temperatures:
|Extra warm white||2100-2500K|