When you work hard to create a display, it’s really frustrating when big bad light fixtures distract from the splendor. But without light, it’s impossible to see your display.
Lucky for you, LEDs are here to save the day.
LEDs are unlike any other light source. Other kinds of lights, like fluorescents, incandescents, and halogen lamps, are limited to specific shapes and sizes due to how they produce light.
The LED’s construction, however, consisting of small electronic diodes arranged in groups, can be configured in almost any shape or size. This means LEDs provide limitless, magical ways to light your display.
These LEDs can still produce a great deal of light, but will keep your display looking sleek, cohesive, and professional. They’ll showcase your exhibit without distracting from it, even for a second.
You have tons of different, tempting options when it comes to lighting your display with LEDs.
There’s always the traditional display lights, which can subtly light almost anything from above.
For a more creative use of LED light, try adding some LED tape lights for back lighting, or to enhance the architectural features of your display. Tape lights are super thin, and can stick almost anywhere.
Freestanding LED display lights produce a ton of light for a small fixture, and can illuminate an object from many different directions: top, sides, and bottom.
With LEDs, anything goes!