Our Sandringham Lighting Collection showcases light fittings of the highest quality, and is one of our most successful collections, drawing inspiration from traditional 18th, 19th and 20th century lighting styles. Influences of this broad ranging collection include Georgian, Art Deco, Art Nouveau and Edwardian designs, updated for the 21st century. This is classic lighting for today’s discerning customers.
Although lanterns can be used anywhere around the home, they have been used to light entrance halls for hundreds of years. Hall lanterns are often thought of as a traditional choice, but they now come in a wide choice of styles, finishes and sizes – there are lanterns that suit modern and contemporary interiors as well as period homes.
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.
One of the most popular trends in recent times has been to decorate our homes in in a minimalist style. A cross between an oriental Zen-like quality and the simplicity of Scandinavian design with little or no ornamentation and definitely no clutter! Whilst this clean minimalist look is fine in modern homes it does not always sit well in more traditional interiors. But the tide is now turning and we are seeing a return to luxurious and opulent styles in what is now being dubbed the ‘maximalist style’.
Colonial lighting has a refined elegance and touch of formality that is perfect for traditional interiors. In this blog we will be looking back to see how this style evolved and showing you how easy it is to add nostalgic Colonial style light fittings into period homes. The Colonial style can trace its origins back
Using black and white for interior decoration has never really been out of fashion, and with good reason. This striking combination works with both traditional and modern interiors. White has a crisp clean look, whilst black is more dramatic and bold creating a marriage made in heaven. Monochrome was originally used to describe a photograph