Putting a light fixture on the wall is an effective way of introducing more light into your space. But using a combination of ceiling lights and wall lights in homes or commercial spaces provides the ability to switch from high levels of light to more subtle lighting effects to suit the time of day and the function of a room.
While wall lights can just simply adorn a wall you should consider a design that use the structure of the light fixture to provide interesting light effects and paint a wall with attention-grabbing light.
You can simply jump into a category below but do give some thought to other designs of wall lights but do not be shy when considering moving electrical wiring or increasing the number of wall lights as the transformation in a space can be quite outstanding.
Take a look below at the various categories for inspiration and further advice. Feel free to contact our friendly sales team if you require any assistance.
|Most UK home owners buy wall lights as a replacement for existing wall lights. Very few are prepared to install wall lights where no existing wiring exists. It can often be thought of as too much trouble or noisy and dusty work to channel out and install wiring within the wall. Equally there is a great desire to put all of our furniture against the walls to make "more space".
However just using pendant lights can make the walls in a space darker and this is less pleasing to the eye. So before you next decorate your room think about whether wall lights will improve your space. And don't just think of wall lights as a couple of lamps two thirds of the way up the wall. When Lighting Styles present you with a selection of wall lights it includes Bedside Lights, Wall Lights that plug into a socket and reading lights