Your Handy Helper for Understanding Spotlights:
Based on what your desired look and feel is, it is important to consider what the colour temperature of your spotlight should be.
A 3000k warm white spotlight will help create a relaxing and inviting atmosphere.
A 4000k neutral white spotlight gives a clean look, without appearing too blue or cool.
A 5000k cool white spotlight gives off a gentle blue tinged light and is great for promoting alertness.
Dimmable or Non Dimmable:
Having a dimming feature on your spotlight allows you to easily control the brightness of your light, letting you showcase whatever area or items you like. A spotlight with a dimmer is also convenient for creating ambience in the evening and night, or for creating mood lighting. A dimmable spotlight also saves on energy costs, as once dimmed, it requires less energy.
Having a non-dimmable spotlight emits a constant bright light, and is great for museums or showcasing products in retail stores.
Style of Spotlight:
There are many styles of spotlights, and choosing the right one to suit your preferences is important.
The main styles are: