Browse our amazing selection of lighting for conservatories and garden rooms. Providing a link between indoors and the garden beyond a conservatory or sun room will add an extra dimension to your home. Most conservatories are flooded with light during the day but will need additional lighting to allow you to continue to enjoy these magical spaces as the sun goes down. Opt for low level lighting in conservatories and sun rooms after dark to minimise reflections and light pollution - this can be provided by a combination of ceiling lights and pendants, wall lights, table and floor lights. Using dimmer switches will give you greater control.
A really useful tip is to have some lighting in the garden outside as this will draw the eye out beyond the conservatory as darkness descends and avoid the 'goldfish bowl' look. Some low level lighting close to the conservatory and a favourite tree or shrub illuminated in the distance would be wonderful. To take a look at our outdoor garden and patio lighting click here or use the link below
Continue the outdoor lighting theme indoors with carefully chosen conservatory ceiling lights and wall lights. Lighting a conservatory, sun room, garden room or orangery can be quite challenging so Bespoke Lights have put together a fantastic lighting collection especially designed to help you find the perfect light fittings for your conservatories and garden rooms. Plenty of lights that are robust and beautiful too. Opt for glass lights or metal light fittings that will not deteriorate in the sun and try to avoid fabric shades that will fade in bright lights. Many conservatory lights have a floral theme or are rustic style light fixtures that compliment the surrounding gardens. Tiffany lights with their beautiful stained art glass shades in floral and botanical designs work really well and look stunning when reflected in the sunlight.
It is not always possible to have hanging ceiling light fittings in a conservatory or garden room and you may need to rely on wall lighting which can be supplemented by carefully chosen table and floor lamps to ensure you have enough light to enjoy your glass of wine as the sun goes down. If you are able to hang ceiling lights and have a glass ceiling or roof, ensure that the lights face in a downward direction to avoid causing additional light pollution and confusion to any wildlife. Choose from quality conservatory lights, heritage and period style lighting for more traditional garden rooms and a whole host of wall lighting, table lamps, floor lamps and Tiffany lights to enhance the atmosphere in your conservatory or garden room.