New Lighting for Every Room
The lighting in your home is a big deal, and we're here to let you know that it's not just about having any old light, it's about having the RIGHT light that fits with your decor and enhances your time spent there. You'll be amazed at the difference it makes.
Look on the bright side
In the darker months, having a well-lit home is even more important since we all have a natural hankering for bright days and sunshine. Our latest lighting arrivals run the range from natural materials woven into soft, organic shapes to sleek modern matte-finish shades, all the way through to sparkling silver chandeliers, so if you're in the mood for a change we've got your light bulbs covered.
Making the light choice
A well-placed floor lamp can turn a boring corner into a cosy one by creating a warm pocket of light, while statement shades hung low over the dining table makes a statement while giving date nights and dinner parties a more intimate feel.
Give yourself options
It's always great to have options too. Sure, the 'big light' works fine when you're looking for your keys, but adding in new lights here and there will allow you to change the mood at the flick of a switch. Table and floor lamps are great allies in creating a cosy, comfy atmosphere, and the best part is, they can be moved around until you've found the perfect spot, or as your needs or layout changes.
The bedroom is where you'll feel the benefit of easy options the most, and if you haven't already, it's worth investing in two or three depending on your bedtime routine. Everything in your bedroom should make you feel good, calm and content, so a main light that reflects your style is important. It's probably the light you use while you're putting your laundry away so can be on the brighter side, but it's advisable to have a softer option too to help you wind-down before sleep. A bedside lamp is a must-have to save you from a) getting out of bed if you like to read before sleep, and b) walking across the room in the dark, possibly stubbing your toe on the furniture. We speak from experience when we say reaching out one hand to extinguish your bedside lamp is far easier and lovelier for your comfort.