House of Fraser offers a wide selection of lighting, from contemporary to traditional designs. However, choosing the right light can prove to be tricky with so many options. So we’ve compiled a guide to help you understand how to plan your lighting and where to use it for the best effects.
- Appear similar to natural daylight
- Lifetime of 10-25,000 hours
- Up to 90% more energy efficient than tungsten bulbs
- Bright light to resemble sunlight
- Most commonly used for spotlights and flood lights
- Lifetime of up to 2,000 hours
- Gives a warm, white light
- Lifetime of up to 10,000 hours
- Up to 80% more energy efficient than tungsten bulbs
Consider using energy saving bulbs for hallways and corridors where the lights are in use the most.
- Bayonet cap
- Edison screw
- When purchasing new lighting, switch to LED or energy-saving bulbs where possible.
- Clean your bulbs, shades and fixtures regularly to get rid of dust and dirt that accumulates and absorbs light.
- Don’t wait to replace your bulbs if they’ve darkened, they may still work but they use the same amount of power as a new bulb, just with less light.
- Try to avoid using a higher wattage bulb than necessary – this can make a massive difference to your electricity bill!
- Always avoid using high watt bulbs in confined areas or for fixtures that require low watt bulbs, this is an extreme fire hazard. Always contact the manufacturer for additional information