When it comes to choosing the right lighting for your home, there are a lot of options to choose from. Two of the most popular options are LED oyster lights and recessed LED downlights.
So, what’s the difference between the two? And more importantly, where should you use them? Let’s take a closer look.
LED Oyster Lights
LED oyster lights are a type of flush-mounted light fixture that is typically used in hallways, stairwells, and other areas where space is limited. Oyster lights get their name from their shape; they are designed to look like an oyster shell with a smooth, curved surface. One of the benefits of LED oyster lights is that they provide even, diffused lighting without creating glare or hotspots. Another benefit is that they are very energy-efficient, which can help you save money on your energy bill.
Recessed LED Downlights
Recessed LED downlights are another type of flush-mounted light fixture, but unlike oyster lights, they are designed to be installed in the ceiling. Recessed downlights provide a more focused beam of light than oyster lights and are typically used in kitchens, living rooms, and other areas where task lighting is needed. One of the benefits of recessed downlights is that they can be angled to direct light where you need it most. Another benefit is that they provide a clean, finished look to any room.
Both LED oyster lights and recessed LED downlights have their own unique benefits that make them ideal for different situations.
If you’re not sure which one is right for you, contact our experienced LED lighting specialists at Nedlands Group and we’ll be able to help you choose the right light fixtures for your specific needs.