Where can I use LED strips?

In a previous article we discussed in depth where LED strips can be used in the kitchen, to give ideas and show what it would look like. We are now going to steer away from the kitchen and go into detail of where else LED strips can be used.

The range of uses and places where you can put the stripsled-lighting-strips-kitchen-led-lights-that-cost-you-less-ledles-77367 is so wide; this article however is going to focus on its uses inside the home. The LED tape has a multi-use of both creating light but also creating an atmosphere.

LED strips in the Bedroom
The bedroom may seem like an unlikely place to put the strips but, when used in the right way, they can be very atmospheric. Where would you put LED’s in the bedroom to make them atmospheric?


Putting strips in the ceiling cove illuminates the ceiling and reflects back into the room to create natural light. You can also make the bedroom look innovative by using coloured LED’s – lighting up the room to whatever colour the LED strip is – complimenting your colour scheme and adding atmosphere!

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Make your bed even more of a focal point in your bedroom by using LED’s! If you have a head board you can put a strip on the back of that to make it stand out from the wall. Putting LED strips along the skirting of the bed is also effective and almost makes your bed look like its hovering off the floor! With the added possibility of being able to change the colours of the LED’s they give a playful and fun feel!


Got a walk in wardrobe? LED’s can be ideal in a wardrobe to light up the clothes and make it look more exciting than your bog standard wardrobe. The tape illuminates the clothes and gives better lighting in the wardrobe where it can sometimes be lacking. Depending on the style of your wardrobe doors, LED’s can also be used to light the doors and give added effect.

Kid's Room

Children’s bedrooms are somewhere the use of LED tape can’t be wrong! Especially with the LED strips that come in different colours, they add variation, fun and I don’t know a child who wouldn’t want some in their room! For additional fun, with the controller the colour of the strips can change – your child wouldn’t want to leave their room!

LED Strips in the Bathroom

Having LED’s in the bathroom is a lot more common than you probably think. Due to the availability of being able to get the tape in different levels of water resistance, the LED’s are very popular for use in the bathroom because of their versatility.


Your shower can be lit up and become a focal point of your bathroom with LED’s. Putting strips at the top and bottom of the skirting of the shower can alter the effect it has. Putting LED’s at the top can act as lighting in itself, so would mean you might not necessarily need anything else to light up the shower. To add a little something extra, you can make use of the colour changing LED’s and change the colour of your shower depending on your mood.


A bathroom is the one room you would undoubtedly find a mirror! Mirrors have the ability to reflect; they reflect the room and your reflection as you look into them. Reflecting the room can make it look bigger, so if you have a small bathroom, why not put LED tape around the mirror to draw attention to it and help aid the impression of the bathroom being bigger.
No need to make your bathroom look bigger? Why not add a contemporary twist and modern feel to the bathroom by adding LED tape around the edges anyway? It creates an illusion of class while also being practical in improving the light, therefore improving the reflection.


The practicalities of LED strips in a bathroom have similar uses and fittings to those in the kitchen; for example, you could have a cabinet above the sink which can create shadows below, so why not add an LED strip to the bottom of the cabinet to light the sink underneath? For more ideas of the use of LED’s with cabinets click here.

LED strips on Stairs


Why would you put LED strips on stairs? Why not! The tape is effective in lighting up the stairs, and would reduce the need for there being any other lighting.

These are a small snippet or some of the places you can put LED’s strips in your home. No matter what style of house you have or what colour scheme there will undoubtedly be a place you can put an LED strip to make the most of the light and effect they give.

If you have any further questions or would like any more information please get in contact and we will be happy to help! For our range of LED strips and added extras please click here.

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