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Wall Lights

Mantra M5403 Sahara Brown Oxide Wall Light 6W LED 2800K 420lm Brown Oxide White Acrylic
Mantra M5365 Nur Brown Oxide Wall Lamp 10W LED 2800K 850lm Frosted Acrylic Brown Oxide

Wall Lights

Sourcing high quality wall lights and sconces can be a big challenge. We have a longstanding reputation for only stocking the most established, well respected and trusted brands for wall lighting. Whether you need wall lighting for your living room, hallway or bathroom; we have a large selection to choose from.
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Help & Advice

What style is right for my room?

Your personal style and preference will dictate, we have selection that will cater for all:

Wall washer – these will sit close to the wall and usually have a diffuser at the base or the top of the light. This produces the effect of illuminating your wall with light, rather than there being a single beam.

Sconce – typically a candelabra design where the light is usually directed upwards.

Single – as the name suggests, a wall light with a single source of light.

Double – a light with two arms/light sources.

Picture light – perfect for showing off your favourite paintings and prints.

Can I use wall lights in my Bathroom?

This will depend on the fitting’s IP rating. An IP rating classifies the degree of protection a fitting offers against moisture and liquid.

Lights that are being used in a bathroom need to be rated IP44 and above.

Where can I use wall lights?

Wherever you like! Generally, they tend to work best in larger rooms when wanting to create a subtle ambiance, rather than using a larger single source of light.

Should I buy upward or downward facing wall lights?

If you’re looking to light up your ceiling and create a relaxed effect then go for upward facing. Downward facing will provide a more functional effect. Your other option is the best of both worlds – combined upfacing and downfacing wall lights will provide atmosphere and practicality.

How bright are wall lights?

Brightness of ceiling lights is measured by ‘Lumens’ – The higher the Lumens, the brighter the light. Please refer to this comparison table to see how Lumens rate in terms of wattage.