Galleries can be a big lighting challenge, with a variety of exhibits and works of art on display that have different requirements. As a gallery owner, the presentation of your works of art will be of paramount importance.
High-quality, natural coloured lights with excellent colour accuracies will be required to optimise the gallery and its collections.
In Learn&Save for Galleries you’ll find dedicated resources including top tips, case studies and best practice advice specific to the industry.
Galleries have previously chosen halogen lamps over LEDs because of concerns about colour render and over-clinical effect.
However, SaveMoneyCutCarbon has brought together experts in LED lighting for galleries who can offer high colour rendering, colour temperature options and various beam angles to allow adjustable lighting for each collection.
Our unique LED lighting solutions will be customised to your exact needs to make sure your lighting meets your specific needs and provides you with peace of mind.
For your gallery lighting project, we can offer the following:
SaveMoneyCutCarbon only works with market-leading trusted brands in LED lighting. We have direct partnerships with our suppliers, giving us access to the widest range of products at the best prices which means our customers always get the best value for high-quality products.
Additionally, our suppliers back their high-quality products with long warranties for further peace of mind.
SaveMoneyCutCarbon offer a full range of products for all types of gallery whether you need High CRI LED lighting, LED track lighting or LED spotlights.
Within each specific range, we can offer choices on colour temperature, wattage, lumens and fitting type, guaranteeing that you will always find the most suitable product for your application.
Typically, galleries have used halogen lights to display artworks and visitors have become accustomed to this. Halogens have a colour temperature between 2700K and 3000K – also known as “warm white”. LED lighting is available in this colour temperature, so that customers can still view artwork in warm white rather than bright white LED lighting.
The added benefit of LEDs is that when dimmed the colour temperature isn’t compromised, unlike halogens, and the dimming is more precise and controllable.