The Led recessed downlight selection process can be a difficult procedure; choosing which finish you want should be the easiest decision to make. It doesn’t involve any real technical thought as it is purely based on aesthetics. You want to choose the best finish that matches the environment they’re being installed in.
The best way to choose the right Led recessed downlight for your project is to narrow down the options that are available to you. If you already know what your selection criteria is in terms of cut out sizes and other specifications this can be done by using the filters that are positioned down the left hand side of our website. We also have a filter for finishes.
If you want a more specific finish like matt black or antique brass, you’re going to be left with just a few options. If you’re seeking a more popular finish such as matt white, polished chrome or brushed steel then most of our Led recessed downlights are available in each of them. A white finish offers a more glossy effect and matt white is less shiny, or reflective. Polished chrome (also known as chrome) is also shiny and popular in bathrooms as matches taps and bathroom equipment. Brushed steel comes in many different versions that are very similar with different names like satin nickel, brushed nickel and stainless steel. These are essentially different shades of a steel effect finish.
Choosing the right finish for your Led recessed downlight is just like choosing the colour of your wall paper or style of furniture, it’s your room and your decision. This is unless you’ve hired a interior designer. However, drawing from our vast experience as the manufacturer , here are some basic things to consider that can help you with the selection process:
Here’s a selection of finishes we offer.
As you can see we offer a variety of finishes for Led recessed downlight, but did you know that you can paint some of these bezels yourself? Feel free to contact us and ask a professional proposal from Vertex.
LED recessed downlights are here to stay. They are used in every environment as functional lighting, mood lighting and accent lighting. LED recessed downlights are spotlights that are placed in ceilings, walls and floors.
LED downlights offer a discreet alternative to traditional incandescent recessed lighting. They’re sometimes known as can lights, pot lights, or recessed lights. These fixtures are ideal for a wide range of commercial and residential applications.
If a standard recessed downlight is better for your home, opt for halo downlights. They blend into your ceiling and you can save by buying bundles of matching lights for the entire space. Each home has different lighting needs.