they have most of everything you need. A few things are very important in your choices.
-the wattage is not what is important, lumen are everything since it is the indication of the amount of light that you will get.A general light start at around 200 lumens, a bright light could go up to 500 lumens in an Airstream environment.
- the color rendering index (CIR should be as close to 100, the color of daylight not in the sunlight) anything around 90 is good. The color is expressed in Kelvins, the lower the number the more yellow you will have in the light.The higher the number, preferably no more than 4000 kelvins the better the color rendering is.
Also some bulbs or tapes can be dimmable , just be sure to use the right dimmer.
Reading light with a dimmer 350 lumens.
Light is reasonably complicated, have fun! Didier ( architect)