Sep 142011
 

When a display cabinet has no lighting, it’s hard to put items on – well, display. Archives, photographs, awards, artwork, and memorabilia that are meant to be highlighted tend to simply blend in with the background and get lost in the shadows.

Take this display case, for example. This is the “Before” picture, from the Good Samaritan Church in Ambridge, PA:

archives before Featured Lighting Project from Ambridge, PA

The picture is a bit blurry, but it’s easy to see the effect of placing items in a display cabinet without lighting. The shadows from the cabinet’s shelves make it hard to tell exactly what is supposed to be on display.

Now, the “After” picture:

archives after Featured Lighting Project from Ambridge, PA

Great lighting shows off every single item in the cabinet, putting them on display as was intended.

The products used in this project were our Microfluorescent T4 Light Fixtures. Thank you, Good Samaritan Church, for sharing these photos with us!

Seen a similar transformation by adding lighting to your display cabinet? Tell us about it!

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Emily WidleEmily graduated from UNC Chapel Hill with a degree in journalism. She enjoys scouring the news to report on the latest in the lighting industry as well as bringing valuable remodeling tips and exemplar home projects to light.

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 Posted by on September 14, 2011 at 4:57 pm
  • http://www.lightcraftmfg.com/products.html Barry Allen

    What a dramatic difference on the display case with the new lighting. It is much more visually appealing than the “before picture.” Nice work!

    • http://www.PegasusLighting.com Emily Widle

      Thanks!!! We can’t take all the credit – our customer did the installation. It does look great, though!

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