PENDANT LIGHTING

Pendant light fittings hang down from the ceiling and direct light in a downward direction. They are usually suspended on a chain, rod or cord cable and hang like pendants on a necklace – not surprisingly, this is where they get their name. By bringing the light down from the ceiling they put illumination where it is needed. There are many different types of ceiling pendants to choose from and it is not hard to see why they are so popular. Pendant lighting can be used in all rooms of the home, for hospitality lighting too and even in certain outdoor situations.

HERITAGE LIGHTING

Our Heritage Lighting Collection features traditional character light fittings hand crafted here in the UK. From small beginnings in the docklands of the East End of London re-creating Victorian carriage lamps, this Collection has grown to include a large selection of indoor and outdoor lighting. All the lights are handmade, with the majority of the work now being carried out in West Sussex.

CHOOSING THE RIGHT FRONT DOOR LIGHTS

Outside lighting is an important consideration for any home owner and in this blog we will be looking specifically at lighting around the front door. All the lights shown in the images in this blog are available from Bespoke Lights – simply click on the pictures for more details.

RIGHT LIGHTS, RIGHT MOVE

Looking to move home and about to put your house on the market? Here are some top tips for selling your home and choosing the right lighting from Bespoke Lights.

OUTDOOR LIGHTING FOR COASTAL LOCATIONS

When it comes to selecting outdoor light fittings, there are a whole host of different styles on the market to suit every budget. But if you live near the sea, standard lighting fixtures simply won’t do and, in this blog, we will be taking a look at some of the exterior lights that are designed especially for exposed coastal locations.

DIWALI – FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS

Diwali or Deepavali is the 5 day Festival of Lights which is celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs and Jains across the world. It is a seen as a new spiritual beginning, a celebration of good over evil and light over darkness and is illustrated by various stories from ancient literature and mythology. The festival happens in October or November every year – the date varies according to the lunar calendar. In 2017 Diwali takes place between 18 October and 22 October.