Posted by Noel on 8/12/2013 to Lighting
We carry two standard shades of white lights; warm white and pure white. One is not better than the other; it comes down simply to personal preference. We wanted to do our best to verbalize the differences in hopes of helping you decide what option is best for you. A white bulb is the hardest to manufacture as far as LEDs are concerned, as your eye can pick up on any distinct color differences. Warm white bulbs are more off-white. They provide a nice, warm glow to the space they’re lighting. Warm white is what you would think of as the ‘traditional’ white bulb. The most universal comparison to help you understand the hue of a warm white bulb would be the sun. Pure white bulbs, sometimes referred to as ‘crystal’, have a crisp, clean look. Pure white give a more modern look to your project. The most universal comparison to help you understand the hue of a pure white bulb would be the moon.