ceiling lights

Art and lighting often have a symbiotic relationship, this is especially evident in art exhibits. You can’t just hang or place beautiful artwork in a room with flat lighting. It’s imperative you give these pieces justice by bringing out their beauty with the right lighting, allowing people to appreciate them fully. Although it may seem like a simple thing, lighting is one of the easiest ways to do all this. Here’s what you can do if you’re in charge of lighting an exhibit. 

Install ceiling lights Ceiling lights are the most basic form of lighting, capable of literally shedding light on individual art pieces and offering a source of general lighting. Museums and established art galleries typically have a complex system of lights, specifically designed to create pleasing lighting effects that flatter art collections. For a smaller and simpler exhibit, you can use a combination of LED spotlights and strips to mimic this effect. 

Install floor lights LED floor lights are a lighting solution that generate light directed upwards. These work great for illuminating art pieces from below. You can get a set of these floor lamps at any home improvement store. They come in a wide range of colours and hues, but your best bet is to start with lights that generate a warm colour. You can also find them at gardening supply stores since they’re also commonly used for landscaping. 

General lighting General lighting refers to the room’s overall lighting. This kind of lighting helps set the overall atmosphere, while also ensuring people can actually see where they’re going. However, don’t limit yourself to bright general lighting. Plenty of exhibits go for a darker look by sticking with dim lighting and using track lights to guide visitors. For questions and inquiries about which LED lights to use for exhibits, contact the LiquidLEDs customer support hotline.

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