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Nickel Bathroom Pendant Lights

Nickel bathroom pendant lights are perfect for bathrooms with nickel taps and fittings, helping you to create a cohesive, modern look. Our bathroom pendant lights all hav... read more.

Nickel bathroom pendant lights are perfect for bathrooms with nickel taps and fittings, helping you to create a cohesive, modern look. Our bathroom pendant lights all have an IP rating of IP44 or above, ensuring they are safe for use in areas where they risk getting splashed by water. 

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Nickel bathroom ceiling lights

The slight golden tinge glowing from nickel bathroom ceiling lights is like warm sunshine pouring into your bathroom. Imagine the natural warmth of the metal shining through. This is just what you need in a bathroom. Nickel is a popular choice for bathroom fittings thanks to its warm lustrous look and hard-wearing qualities. Our nickel bathroom pendants share all these qualities, good looking, durable and, the icing on the cake, there’s a great choice of sizes and styles too.

Nickel bathroom pendant lights

Nickel bathroom pendant lights give off a warm light – ideal in bathrooms, wet rooms and en-suites. The silvery metal with its golden hue is a lovely finish for ceiling lights. The nickel is elegant with glass shades, creating classic nickel bathroom pendant lights as well as contemporary styles. Choose from clear glass, ribbed, white and smoked glass shades, all highly stylish. They will make you look up in the morning! Our nickel bathroom ceiling lights are lovely to see.

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