7 Places You Never Thought You Could Use LED Lights

LED lights have hit the market with amazing results. These flexible, money-saving lights are being used to not only cut energy costs, but they are showing up in some unusual places. These bulbs are being used everywhere, from vehicle headlights to lighting up the San Francisco Bay Bridge. But they aren’t just functional, they can also be fun. The number of amazing ways LED lights can be used is only limited by a little know-how and your imagination. Check out these seven ways people are bringing light into their lives with LED lighting.


Dark Drawers

If you are tired of searching endlessly in your desk for items, try lining the inside with LED lights to brighten up that dark drawer. Lining the front or sides can bring in the light you need to find everything quickly and easily. This idea isn’t just good for desk drawers either. Lining your dresser or kitchen drawers can help illuminate those dark corners where things get lost.

Rev Up Your Ride

The flexibility and durability of LED light strips can help you light up your vehicle for both looks and safety. If you want to make your motorcycle unique, you can design a LED light display right on your bike using a simpletutorial. Or you can place them on the interior and exterior of your car for both safety and a cool look.

Water Effects

One concern when you have children is that they could burn themselves on the hot water from the faucet. From washing their hands to taking a bath, this cool LED attachment will change colors with the water temperature. Blue for cold and red for hot will help your child see the temperature of the water before they get burned.

Fine Dining

The mood lighting at the nicest restaurant can’t compare to the LED lit tableyou can create at home. Whether you want to create a look that is colorful and different or a simple glow for your dining pleasure, this project is perfect. The frosted glass table top is durable and practical while the lighting beneath it is sure to be an eye-catcher at your next dinner party.

Light the Way

Using LED lights along an outdoor pathway is a good idea. It provides beauty and safety outdoors. But simply running LED light strips along the path is something that everyone can do. Why not take it up a notch and create a lit catwalk with stepping stones lit from inside. The steel modules glow from the LED lights inside to make a magical path along your walkways or in your back yard.

Cut the Cords

Having lamps around your house may be essential for lighting, but the long, troublesome cords don’t have to be. Converting your standard lamps to LED lit cordless lamps can give you the freedom to put lamps where you need them without worrying about finding a plug or running a cord.

Lighted Seating

If you’ve ever been to a movie theater, you know the strip lighting they have on the floor to mark the aisles. Running LED lights down dark hallways can give the same effect. But you don’t have to stop there. You can take that idea a step further by attaching the lighting strips under your furniture for a creative and unique home design.
Using a little know-how and your imagination, there is no limit to the number of ways you can bring light into your life. Many of these projects can be completed in just a few hours. The power of the LED light can make your life brighter.


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