Retro industrial wall lights are a fantastic addition to any home. They can look good inside or outside, and they will work in all rooms. They are an extremely versatile kind of lighting fixture. Vintage lighting is also widely available – so what is the difference between vintage and retro?
Since wall lights can come in so many wonderful designs these days, it is important to know what you are looking for when you start shopping for them. Although similar, retro and vintage don’t quite mean the same thing, and you might find that you are looking in the wrong category for industrial wall lights, which can waste a lot of precious time. Retro refers to anything – including wall lights – that is out of style for the current time period. So that means that anything that looks old (or older) could be considered retro. Retro items, however, can still be brand new – and that’s a good way to buy lighting. Retro is more about the look of an item than the time in which it was originally created. Vintage, however, refers to an item that not only looks out of time but was made in an earlier time. To be vintage, the item would need to be between 20 and 100 years old. Any older than that and it is technically an antique. Any newer, and it is not vintage at all. Retro lighting is a great way to include a little taste of past eras in your home whilst still ensuring that the lighting you are using is safe for modern circuits.
Whether you want retro industrial wall lights, brand new modern styles, or anything else besides, The Wall Lighting Company Ltd will have it. Our wide range can be found at https://www.thewalllightingcompany.co.uk, and if you need further advice or information please get in touch on 01580 712805 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Wall Lighting Company Ltd
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Cranbrook Kent TN17 2LP
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