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HomeCeiling LightingRecessed Downlights Spots

Recessed Lighting, Downlights and Recessed Spotlights

These are the fitting to have in your home. Ideal for the kitchen, bedroom and bathroom whether you choose fixed or adjustable to highlight a favourite piece of art.

Low voltage fittings, despite what an electrician might tell you, are the better option. Low voltage may cost slightly more at the outset (a transformer will be required) but will be more cost effective (longer lamp life) and produce less heat. There is also the added benefit of wide beam angle lamps to give you a better spread of light. Remember to use recessed fire rated lighting when putting downlights into a fire rated ceiling.

Recessed downlights (or spots as they also may be referred to) are used in many homes today as they provide unobtrusive lighting yet can also wash a wall with colour, highlight a painting, add ambience to a room... and much more. They are available in satin nickel, nickel, matt white, off white, brass, adjustable, non-adjustable, low voltage, main... The choices continue.

Recessed downlights are considered to be very modern and are featured in many homes, offices and retail stores. They can be dimmed, tiled, fixed have different lamps for wide angle beams, narrow beams, LED lamps can be added... As you will be able to see there are lots of choices available.

If you require installation advice for your recessed downlights please contact Lighting Styles technical team who will be pleased to help you.