Lumibright Luminaires at Bobbi Brown Retail Outlet, Bahrain

Lighting is very important to give final touches to the look of the store. When it comes to cosmetics, the lighting must highlight not only the products however furthermore mark the colour shades appear as in natural setting outside the store. For make-up lovers and professional make-up artists choosing the right foundation, blush, or eyeliner is dependent on the color temperature and crispness of light.

Leading Bobbi Brown retail outlet located at Bahrain City Centre, Bahrain required enticing illumination inside its stores for fostering cosmetic selection from wide shades and colour tones of cosmetics.

A series of Griffin series spotlights, single and double gimbals, strip lights and recessed linear profiles were fitted to create a subtle yet sophisticated warm lighting effect.

(Images: Lumibright)
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