Correlated Colour Temperature or CCT is essentially a gauge of how yellow or blue the colour of light, emitted from a light bulb, appears. It’s measured in the Kelvin unit and is most commonly found between 2200 to 6500 Kelvin degrees.

Warm White

Gives off a bright amount of white light; best for kitchens, offices, work spaces and vanities where task lighting is needed

Neutral White

Gives off a bright amount of blue-white light, similar to that of daylight; best for display areas and work environments where very bright illumination is needed

Cool White

Gives off a bright bluish hue of light, often found in commercial locations; best for bright task lighting