Why settle for that old fitting in the kitchen, stand out from the crowd and be in the spotlight of your friends.
You may wonder what the best option is: a bar, a square plate or a round plate or even an individual spot light - the possibilities of shapes and styles really is endless!
What are the pros and cons I hear you ask? What is the difference between the bulbs? Why is this fixture better than that one? What style should I go for?
Spot bars are great for long rooms where a large spread of light is needed, ideal for corridors or large rooms.
Ceiling plates are good for rooms smaller in size, but where different lighting angles are still required.
All of the spotlight fittings are ideal for highlighting key elements around the house and to brighten up those dark corners.
The LED options produce low heat output, meaning you can adjust the lamp heads while on and insitu, making sure you get the light exactly where you want it.
For a more cost effective choice we suggest buying fittings with halogen lamps, but if helping the environment is one of your bugbears you'll prefer the LED options, and with cheaper running costs you'll eventually recuperate the initial expense.
So, whatever style you choose you can be assured that a spot light will highlight all that is important to you, even the darkest of corners!