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5 Things You Should Consider When Planning your Home Night Lights


5 Things You Should Consider When Planning your Home Night Lights


It’s never too early to start thinking about your new Lower Kabete, Juja, Ruiru, or Karen home. If you’re moving into a new house or apartment, it can be tempting to put off the important task of decorating until later in the process—but that could cost you big time in terms of space, light, and lighting design! So, when you are done with house hunting in Nairobi, here are some things you should consider when planning out your lighting scheme.

1. Energy efficiency

When deciding on the proper night lights for your home, consider what's most important to you and your family: is its energy efficiency or style? You don't have to choose; they can work together! If you're looking for energy efficiency, look at LEDs (light-emitting diodes) or CFLs (compact fluorescent lamps). These bulbs use less electricity than incandescent bulbs and give off more light. They last longer than other types of bulbs. If you want a traditional bulb, check out LEDs without any mercury in their design—they're safer for the environment and people around them!


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2. Go for RGB lights

There are a lot of options when it comes to night lights. You can go for LED bulbs, which are relatively inexpensive, or you can go all out and get RGB lights.

RGB lights are more expensive than LED lights, but they’re worth the investment if you want your house to look like something out of a movie. There are plenty of colors to choose from, so if you want something bright, cheerful, or even just a little creepy, you have plenty of options.


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3. Warranty

When you buy a home night light, you want to ensure that a warranty protects your purchase. This is because a good warranty will cover any issues with your night light and ensure that you can get it repaired or replaced within a reasonable time frame. It's also important to know what type of warranty your product comes with because each company has its own standards for how long the warranty lasts and its policy for providing replacements or repairs.

4. Don't forget to check out their lumens

When planning your home night lights, you should always consider the lumens. Lumens measure how bright a bulb or lightbulb is, and different types of lumens can be used for different purposes.

When choosing whether or not to use LED bulbs in your home, think about how many lumens they have. The higher the number, the brighter it will be. If you want an even brighter light, look for bulbs with more lumens.


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5. Consider your budget before spending money on lights.

As much as we love our home, it's important to remember that it's not an investment—it's just something that gives us a place to live! That being said, if you spend money on these lights, make sure they fit within your budget so they don't become a burden later down the line when you're trying to pay off debt or save up for something else (like starting a real estate empire). Check out our guide on how to invest in real estate in Kenya for more insights on the topic. The article will answer all your questions, such as: How much do you need to invest in real estate in Kenya?


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We hope you enjoyed our list of the top 5 things to consider when planning your home night lights! It's important to remember that your house is a reflection of who you are, so it's important to make sure that it reflects who you are and what matters most.

Well, you've covered everything! Now it's time to get ready for bed. And when you do, make sure that your home is lit with beautiful, functional night lights. Our shop has great options that can help you furnish your new house and make it feel like a home away from home—even when you're not there!


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