When To Use Red Table Lamps?

Feb 12th

Red table lamps are also perfect furnishing accessories to enliven any environment. You can find futuristic lamps with unusual shapes orient yourself towards models with a more classic style and wander among the cheerful lamps for children. If you want to illuminate with imagination a corner of the house you can choose the colorful LED lights.

Types Red Table Lamps
Types Red Table Lamps

Most of the LED red table lamps in use in our homes today are light bulbs, white or with a “hotter” tone. But LED bulbs are also available in color and can be used as individual bulbs or in groups for special applications. Its use in party lighting you already know. But the practical use of colored lamps and chromo therapies is a little less known. Let’s talk about it! Red is the traditional color for the maintenance of night vision. But why?

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The back of our eye (retina) detects the light and allows us to “see”. The retina is made of 2 types of structures, cones, and rods. The cones are responsible for our normal sight during the day. Rods are responsible for our “night vision”. In practice it works like this: if you are walking in the light of day and you see the world colored, you are using your cones. If you are walking in the starlight and the whole landscape appears in shades of gray, you are using your rods.

So how and when to use red table lamps? To read in bed and not bother the partner. And even in hospitals or baby rooms, to be able to move around the environment without disturbing the patient’s or baby’s sleep. In addition, in the decoration, this color communicates a climate of passion and creates romanticism. In chromotherapy, the red light activates the circulation and stimulates the nervous system. The red is connected to the basic chakra, which is located in the lower abdomen and which commands the spine.