When it comes time to set up a display for a painting or a sculpture, the first people to call are the specialists in fine art lighting. It’s always exciting setting up fixtures for a new piece, but it’s always best to plan out the project before executing it. This will ensure the homeowner gets the best possible look for their display, and one that will last for many years. Professional designers will know just how to go about this, offering the best fixtures available and using them to their maximum potential.
Many homeowners don’t know where to start with display fixtures, but specialists in fine art lighting can step in and guide the process from the start. They can determine which fixtures will work best in the space, and show them off to a homeowner so that they know what to expect with the system. Once the fixtures have been selected, the designer will study the installation area to determine optimal placement. For example, Phantom Lighting’s optical framing projectors produce a unique look that is aided with concealment. When working with a framing projector, the designer will look for a spot that provides excellent cover while preserving the best aiming angle.
Installation will be comparatively quick and simple, and in a professional’s hands, it will be done flawlessly. And once a homeowner sees the end result, they will completely understand why a professional designer was the right choice.