Developed as a complementary shape to the 2×4 version in this design, it produces a wonderful enhancement to 2×2 fluorescent fixtures.
Color Variations: Please contact us if you have a specific set of colors to match. We can use many different accent glass colors with this design theme.
The Panel Brightness rating assigned to each design is based on the average luminosity (0-Black to 255-White) of the digital artwork file. It can be used as a guideline to predict artwork light reduction of one design compared to another.
|Average Luminosity (0-255)||Assigned Brightness Number|
|Darkest||1 – 139||1|
|Dark||140 – 169||2|
|Medium||170 – 199||3|
|Light||200 – 219||4|
|Lightest||220 – 255||5|
Panel Brightness Examples:
#5: Best designs for kitchens, bathrooms and other rooms requiring the brightest light.
#4: Good designs for kitchens and bathrooms or in rooms where high light throughput is desired.
#3: Good for most lighting locations. Can work for kitchens in conjunction with a lot of other light sources (i.e., windows or canned lights).
#2: Not as dark as #1. Requires some task lighting in the room. Used commonly in treatment rooms.
#1: This design selection is for ambient lighting only with several other light sources for tasks.
Mrs. L (verified owner) –
Used this in a room with real stained glass accents above the windows - compliments very well!
It does soften the hard fluorescent light glare considerably.
We paired it with black ceiling tiles - outstanding results!
Ryan (verified owner) –
Gorgeous panel. I couldn’t be happier. Really transforms a tired light fixture into something spectacular. Thank you.
Ross (verified owner) –
Looks great … used w/ tin ceiling panels for terrific look…
Daniel (verified owner) –
Looks as good as the photos. I get compliments on it regularly! Be aware that it does block some light so I had to change 60w bulbs for 100w to get the same brightness. It also warms the light a bit so I swapped 2700k bulbs for 3000k bulbs.