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LED Lighting Help
lyn3690
January 5, 2013 in Design Dilemma
I recently had new LED recessed lighting installed in my dining area and adjacent foyer. I like that they use little energy and last for years; however, I am not so happy with the quality of the light. They are both on dimmers, but I still find the light too white and too bright. Any suggestions for shades or filters to bring the lighting closer to the quality of halogen or incandescent would be much appreciated. Note that both areas are works in progress, and other suggestions are welcome!
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