What color is your lightbulb?

The color of light is measured and referred to as Kelvin. The new Lighting Facts on packaging label shows it as K.

Older incandescent bulbs colors are 2,700-3,000K, they are typically marked warm white or soft white.

For a whiter light, look for bulbs marked 3,500-4,100K, they are typically labeled cool white, natural or bright white.

For a bluer white light, look for bulbs marked 5,000-6,500K, typically labeled natural or daylight.