Relumination | How LED’s Can Improve Retail Store Displays and Fitting Room Experiences
19888
post-template-default,single,single-post,postid-19888,single-format-standard,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode-title-hidden,qode-child-theme-ver-7.4,qode-theme-ver-7.4,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.5.2,vc_non_responsive

How LED’s Can Improve Retail Store Displays and Fitting Room Experiences

If you’re running a retail store, your main aim is to display your products in as attractive a way as possible so that people will want to buy them. It’s important that people should be able to see the products clearly, including their exact color, shape and size.

Plus, if you’re running a clothing store, you’ll also need lighting in your fitting rooms which will give the customer an accurate idea of how that product looks. Fitting room lighting tends to be notoriously bad. However, if you get LED lighting throughout the store, many of these issues can be resolved.

LED’s Will Improve Your Display

When you’re displaying your products, you want them to be seen in an attractive light (literally and metaphorically). Harsh fluorescent lighting isn’t going to do the trick. Instead, if you use LED lights, you’ll find that they cast a softer glow on the products, which is especially important if you’re selling clothes.

LED’s are bright enough to make sure that everything is visible in your store. But they also mimic daylight which means that people will be able to see everything the way it would look outdoors during the day. This can help customers decide what they want to buy. Plus, it generally makes products look more attractive.

LED’s Will Improve Fitting Room Experiences

Every woman has had the experience of going into a fitting room with a number of clothes which looked good on the rack. However, the fitting room lighting is so harsh that she becomes overcritical about her body rather than focusing on how the clothes look on her. The result is that she leaves without buying anything.

LED’s, which mimic daylight, can give her a more accurate idea of how she looks rather than highlighting any so-called defects. This will make the experience of trying clothes more enjoyable for your customer and since she will end up buying something, it will be more profitable for you as well.