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We have exciting news for our valued customers, you can now buy your wall and pendant lights all in one place.

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Now Shop TableWall And Pendant Lights All in One Place.

We are now operating from one website, meaning you can seamlessly shop all types of lighting for any space.

Pendant Lights

Wood pendant lights are very fashionable, having the ability to look both traditional and modern while giving off a natural feeling due to their material. We have wood pendant lights in a range of different colours and shapes, so whether you want pendants made in light toned wood such as birch, medium toned like oak, or dark toned such as walnut wood, we're sure to have the perfect wood pendant lights for you. Available at great prices, you can get your wooden pendants with free UK delivery if you spend £100.

To Suit Rooms

Wooden Ceiling Light

Wooden pendant lights are very aesthetically pleasing and are decorative even when they're not in use. Closely associated with the natural, simple yet effective Scandinavian style, they are availbe in both light and dark wood finishes and make great lights for country homes and traditional suburban businesses. A wooden ceiling light is also arguably more eco-friendly than a metal light because when you are finished with it, it can be repurposed and will eventually break down.

Wooden Hanging Lights

Our wood effect ceiling lights can create a rustic look that's a great fit for farmhouses, cabins, and countryside homes, though they can also be effective in adding a touch of nature to a city home; wood pendant lights create a warm and cosy atmosphere that integrates into both traditional and modern interiors easily. You may also like to look at our wood wall lights if you wish the emphasise the effect of your wooden hanging lights.

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