The power of a mushroom cover ceiling light refers to the wattage of the bulb used in the light fixture. The higher the wattage, the brighter the light emitted by the fixture.
Here are some general differences in the different powers of mushroom cover ceiling lights:
5-10 watts: These lights are typically used as accent or mood lighting. They provide a soft glow and are often used in smaller rooms, such as bathrooms or closets.
10-20 watts: These lights are slightly brighter than the lower wattage options and are often used as general lighting in smaller rooms or as accent lighting in larger rooms.
20-40 watts: These lights are bright enough to be used as general lighting in medium-sized rooms. They can also be used as task lighting in areas such as kitchens or workspaces.
40 watts or more: These lights are very bright and are typically used as general lighting in larger rooms or as outdoor lighting.