Down lighting (55)
Downlighting is generally used for accenting features. There are a wide range of options when it comes to downlighting, including, architectural recessed baffle round and square down lights. Take a look at our downlights range to help you make the best decision that's right for you.
A pendant light, sometimes referred to as a drop or suspension light, is a lone light fitting that hangs from the ceiling usually suspended by a cord, chain, or metal rod. Pendant lights can be used in multiples and they are often hung in a straight line over kitchen table and dinette. Pendants vary greatly in size and energy efficiency and style, so selecting the right pendant needs careful consideration.
Wall Lights (55)
Our wall lights can be used for a range of lighting requirements such as decorative, effect or task lighting applications.
Table & Floor (56)
When Table & Floor lamps are used correctly, they become a feature light that is also functional in design. Suitable for any reception room or bedroom, our collection of intricately designed lamps range from contemporary 50's to extremely modern style.
Surface Mount (18)
Surface mounted lights have the ability to change the mood within a room, they often have adjustable heads which is ideal for highlighting features. They are ideal to mount onto walls and architectural beams as many require no recess installation space.
Accent Lighting (29)
Using a linear fluorescent strip or high power LED strip into a recessed area, such as a cove is an ideal way to add subtle background light to a room. For a dramatic bookshelf effect, install linear LED strip/tape light source horizontally behind a chunky shelf to give a wash of light at the back of the bookshelf.
Getting the lighting right in the bathroom can create more flattering skin tones and even body shapes – it's all about the feel good factor! And, of course, as a place of both practicality and ambiance it is important to have scenes of lighting to compliment both.
Lighting can completely transform your exterior space, making it an extended room of your house and increasing its potential for practical use. It can highlight key features, or create distance – making the garden area feel larger and setting a mood at the same time.
To really have total control of the ambiance in your house and from your lighting, you need to be able to vary it to suit your mood or requirements at the time.