Wardrobe Lightning

Unfortunately, due to the composition of wardrobes, the closet part does not receive much natural light which can make it difficult to sort through the contents of your wardrobe. Wardrobe lighting is a handy solution that rectifies this problem by illuminating the interior of the wardrobe with its own lighting system. The following article explores the various aspects that you will need to take into consideration when selecting your ideal wardrobe lighting solution.

One of the most important things that you will need to take into consideration is the power source of the wardrobe light. While regular lights are ordinarily wired into the circuit of the house, this power solution is impractical in the case of wardrobe lighting. As a result, wardrobe lighting usually runs off batteries or is plugged into a socket. Battery powered wardrobe lights tend to be the most practical option as they do not require the wardrobe to be drilled and it does not mean that wardrobe needs to be near to a socket.

LED lights are the most popular type of wardrobe lighting. This is because they are bright and safe for use in wooden wardrobes as they do not emit much heat which reduces the risk of fire. In addition, LED lights are very energy efficient, which is better for both the environment and your pocket.

Perhaps the most important consideration when choosing your lighting solution is how much space is available for the wardrobe lighting. The most popular type of wardrobe lighting is rail lighting, which, as its name suggests, is attached to the top of the inside of the wardrobe next to the cloths rail. In order to work out which light is best for you, you will need to find out how big your wardrobe is and find which model is the closest fit. Don’t forget to take into account the size of the switches and the battery case!