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Wall Lights

Wall Light Fitting Polished Nickel Hudson Valley Calypso 6400-PN-CE
Wall Light Aged Brass Hudson Valley Astoria 3302-AGB-CE
Multi Arm Wall Light Aged Brass Hudson Valley Astoria 3304-AGB-CE
Tall Wall Light Polished Nickel Hudson Valley Amherst 8536-PN-CE
Tall Wall Light Aged Brass Hudson Valley Amherst 8536-AGB-CE
Twin Wall Light Polished Nickel Hudson Valley Amherst 8512-PN-CE
Twin Wall Light Aged Brass Hudson Valley Amherst 8512-AGB-CE
Wall Light Fitting Aged Brass Hudson Valley Amherst 8511-AGB-CE
Wall Light Fitting Polished Nickel Hudson Valley Amherst 8511-PN-CE
Wall Light Aged Brass Hudson Valley Harper 1562-AGB-CE
Wall Light Polished Nickel Hudson Valley Harper 1562-PN-CE
Glass Wall Light Polished Nickel Hudson Valley Fenwater 9410-PN-CE
Wall Light Aged Brass Hudson Valley Fleming 4700-AGB-CE
Crystal Wall/Ceiling Flush Light Aged Brass Hudson Valley Dunkirk 6000-AGB-CE
Crystal Wall/Ceiling Flush Light Polished Nickel Hudson Valley Dunkirk 6000-PN-CE

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.