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What is indoor (interior) lighting?

Indoor lighting is the lights used to illuminate enclosed spaces, such as homes, offices, commercial buildings, etc. 

It is used to create the desired aesthetic in the house while ensuring there’s enough light. It’s mainly used for practical purposes, varying from task lighting for reading & cooking, or ambient lighting for overall illumination.

Indoor lighting is often energy-efficient. For example, indoor led lighting uses less energy and contributes to environmental impact.


  • Aeralux Eleganza 30° Beam Angle Cylinder Light
    Aeralux Eleganza 30° Beam Angle Cylinder Light
  • LED Glass With Film Tube Type A and A+B LED Series
    LED Glass With Film Tube Type A and A+B LED Series
  • LED Aluminum PC Cover Tube Clear and Frosted
    LED Aluminum PC Cover Tube Clear and Frosted
  • LED Aluminum Tube, Integrated Tube, V-Shape Integrated Tube
    LED Aluminum Tube, Integrated Tube, V-Shape Integrated Tube
  • LED 208, 254 Series and Center Basket Troffer
    LED 208, 254 Series and Center Basket Troffer
  • LED Double Ring Flush Mount Ceiling Light and Ready Double Ring Fixture
    LED Double Ring Flush Mount Ceiling Light and Ready Double Ring Fixture
  • LED UFO, UFO2, F1 High Bay Series
    LED UFO, UFO2, F1 High Bay Series
  • LED Disk, Surface Mount and Downlight Series
    LED Disk, Surface Mount and Downlight Series
  • LED Linear Up and Down, Wraparound, Tri-Proof Series Shop Light
    LED Linear Up and Down, Wraparound, Tri-Proof Series Shop Light
  • LED Linear High Bay
    LED Linear High Bay
  • 5G UFO, 8G Economy Version Round Highbay & Linear Highbay Series
    5G UFO, 8G Economy Version Round Highbay & Linear Highbay Series
What are the types of indoor lights?

Here are some of the most common types:

  • Ambient (or General) Lighting. It provides overall illumination and creates a comfortable and well-lit environment. Examples: ceiling-mounted fixtures, chandeliers, recessed lights, track lights, and wall-mounted fixtures. 
  • Task Lighting. This type focuses on specific tasks and offers concentrated and glare-free illumination. Examples: desk lamps, under-cabinet lights, reading lights, and kitchen counter lights. It is ideal for workspaces, kitchen countertops, study areas, and reading nooks.
  • Accent Lighting. It highlights and emphasizes specific objects or architectural features. Examples: picture lights, wall-mounted fixtures, and spotlights. It’s common for museums and art galleries to showcase artwork, sculptures, or decorative elements.
  • Decorative Lighting. It is primarily ornamental, adding aesthetic appeal to a space. Examples: crystal chandeliers, decorative pendants, and unique lamp designs. This type of lighting enhances interior decor and provides a focal point in dining rooms, entryways, and living spaces.
  • Directional Lighting. It offers adjustable light beams to focus on particular areas or objects. Examples: track lights, adjustable spotlights, and adjustable wall-mounted fixtures. It is effective for highlighting specific areas or creating dynamic lighting effects. 
  • Diffused Lighting. These indoor lights provide soft, uniform illumination by spreading light evenly. Examples: softbox lights, frosted glass fixtures, and pendant lights with diffusers. This is an option when you need to create a cozy atmosphere, and is used in bedrooms, dining rooms, etc. 
  • Indoor Wall Lighting. It is mounted on walls, casting light both upwards and downwards. Examples: sconces, wall-mounted fixtures, and wall washers. They are used to enhance wall textures, add visual interest, and complement other lighting sources.
  • Ceiling Lighting. They are mounted on or close to the ceiling, offering general illumination. Examples: flush mount fixtures, semi-flush mount fixtures, and ceiling fans with lights. They are used to provide primary lighting in bedrooms, kitchens, and hallways.
  • Recessed Lighting. These indoor lights are installed flush with the ceiling, creating a clean and unobtrusive look. Examples: recessed can lights, downlights, and adjustable recessed fixtures. They are suitable for modern and minimalist designs, as well as general illumination in various spaces.
  • Pendant Lighting. It is suspended from the ceiling with decorative elements. Examples: hanging lamps, globe pendants, and cluster pendant lights. It adds style and task lighting above kitchen islands, dining tables, and entryways.
  • Portable or Freestanding Lighting. These are standalone lighting fixtures that do not require installation and can be moved as needed. Examples: floor lamps, table lamps, and torchieres. They are ideal for adding supplemental lighting to various areas and enhancing the overall decor of a room.
  • Specialized Lighting. They are tailored to unique requirements, such as art gallery lighting, museum exhibit lighting, or medical task lighting. Examples: museum display lighting, surgical lights, and industrial task lighting. These lights serve specific needs in specialized environments. 
  • Smart Lighting. These lights are turned on/off using mobile phones or automation systems. Examples: smart bulbs, smart switches, and smart light strips. This type of lighting is equally used in residential and commercial buildings. It saves energy and enhances convenience. 
  • Indoor Spot Lighting. These indoor lights are used to illuminate specific areas or objects. Examples: Spotlight fixtures, track-mounted spotlights, and adjustable wall-mounted spotlights. They are often used in art galleries, retail displays, or residential settings.
  • Indoor Flood Lights. They provide wide-angle, high-intensity illumination, typically used for large indoor spaces. Examples: Floodlight fixtures with adjustable angles and brightness levels. They are effective for lighting up expansive areas like warehouses, gymnasiums, or event venues.
  • Indoor Plant & Indoor Garden Light. They support indoor plant growth through specialized spectrum and intensity of light. Examples: Grow lights, horticultural light fixtures, and LED plant lights. They are used for indoor gardening, cultivating houseplants, or nurturing a dedicated garden space. 
  • Motion Sensor Indoor Lights  & Security Lighting. They have motion sensors that activate the light when motion is detected. Examples: indoor motion detector lights, indoor security lights, and pathway lights with motion sensors. They strengthen safety and security by illuminating potential hazard areas and deterring intruders.
  • Indoor Stair Lighting. They light staircases for safety and aesthetics. Examples: Staircase wall sconces, step lights, and recessed stair lighting. They ensure safe navigation on staircases while adding a visually pleasing touch to interior design.
What type of lighting is best?

There are lots of indoor lighting solutions available at the market. Let’s take a look at some of them that cater to different needs and preferences:

  • Aeralux Eleganza 30° Beam Angle Cylinder Light. It is an aesthetic option with a machined aluminum body.
  • LED Glass With Film Tube Type A and A+B LED Series. It features shatter-resistant, energy-efficient T8 LED Hybrid Tubes compatible with existing ballasts. It results in easy installation with saving over 60% energy.
  • LED Aluminum PC Cover Tubes. They are available in clear or frosted PC covers. These indoor led lights are designed to bring energy-saving LED technology to commercial spaces with easy ballast bypass installation.
  • LED Aluminum Tube, Integrated Tube options. They offer damp-location suitability, efficient heat dissipation, and quick connectors for straightforward installations.

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