We’ve all seen commercial spaces with seemingly endless amounts of grid ceiling. What can only be described as plain and outdated, drop ceilings are rapidly becoming a thing of the past. Companies are focused on creating fun atmospheres for their customers or employees, and, while functional, there is nothing exciting about rows of 2×4 troffers.
Commercial buildings are rapidly being transformed into open, breathable spaces. With this open concept, everything is in plain sight (HVAC, beams, lighting, etc). Because of this, companies have many options when it comes to lighting their open ceiling commercial spaces.
Who can use open ceiling lighting layouts?
A wide range of businesses are utilizing this modern design. Retail spaces, commercial businesses and restaurants benefit greatly from this industrial look. Because of the aesthetic, open ceiling concepts are appealing to both consumers and employees alike. We anticipate this trend to continue for the foreseeable future.
How can I make my space look unique?
You have many options when it comes to open ceiling lighting. There are a variety of customizable architectural linear lights and pendant lights that can provide an almost infinite number of options. It is important to make sure that you are using LED lights for your space. LED lighting provides more light at a lower cost than traditional lighting.
The key when designing lighting for an office is to keep in mind the type of work being done in the space. It is critical that you have the right amount of light and the right color temperature of light to maximize the effectiveness and safety of anyone working in the space.
Below are some examples of open ceiling offices we provided lighting for over the last year. As you can see, the only limitation is your imagination.
Services Your Lighting Supplier Should Provide
All lighting distributors and retailers are different. Some lighting companies focus on providing a low price, low quality, and no service. Other lighting companies focus on providing services, but have a high price. Your lighting supplier should be a partner and should work directly with you to define your lighting goals. Once the goals are clear, your lighting supplier should work with you to provide options to achieve your goals.
If you are not getting the service you need from your current lighting supplier, find another. At LED Direct, we work with companies all over the country to make sure they are getting the best lighting products for their needs at wholesale prices.
If you want to give your facility a face lift or are currently working on new construction, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We have exceptional pricing and lead times, and would love to help modernize your business.