Proper lighting can help in the brand perception of your business  and add a  more aesthetic impression of  your office but also affects in the productivity of the employees. Do you know  how to choose the perfect lighting?

Below you will find some tips on how to choose office lighting:

500k is best for offices

There are several features that make LED lights better than traditional lights, but color temperatures are highly responsible for their premium quality lighting. Though it is believed that daylight is ideal for any workplace, it is also true that not every office is blessed with daylight. In fact, many offices have night shifts, for their lights with 5000k and above are best to illuminate the workplace. So, Led panel lights  and Led Downlights are great for  workplaces. The color temperature of daylight is between 5000k and 7000k.

LED lights are cost-efficient and have a longer lifespan.

Countries are switching to the LED lights due to energy efficiency and cost-efficiency. It is proven that Led office lighting can  help in increasing the productivity of the workers. These lights keep people alert and attentive during working hours. In fact, these lights also add aesthetics to the workplace.

Some types of luminaires you can use are:

  • Pendant lights can  make the work process easier
  • Spotlighting can be used  in areas such as hallways to direct employees to different areas of the office or building
  • Linear lighting profiles have  a minimalist design, can be customized according to different projects requirements and are flexibles. Perfect for offices.

Prevent flicker

Too much flicker in your office lighting — even flicker that’s undetectable to the naked eye — is annoying and, with prolonged exposure, can cause eye strain or headaches.


Cost is a major factor when considering the design of your office lighting because the bulbs will run anywhere from 14 to 18 hours (or more) every day. LED are typically the least expensive to operate, but you can reduce the cost of any type of bulb by installing motion sensors and dimmers to give you more control over the electricity used.