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We had integrated downlighters installed throughout. The lights are great.... and not cheap.... but it turns out we got the colour choice wrong

After research we though that neutral downlighters complimented by warmer lamps would be be a good combo but they are too harsh for me and no that homely. We have dimmers but even dimmed they feel bright and not cosy enough.

My question is.... is there a way to alter the shade/ tone of light without having to change the whole light fitting? The bulb cannot be removed so thinking any kind of film or filter that could be added??

I don’t know what brand they are but the spec is 4000k, 7w, 55°, 750lm

Any advice gratefully received. Thank you!
 
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