SOMETIMES all you need is an element of eclectic style to liven up your interiors and provided a well needed refresh. Enter the Diablo range: a quirky and contemporary family comprising of table lights, wall lights, floor lights, ceiling lights andspotlight split-bars housing up to six lights – perfect for brightening the whole room.

The Diablo range is a wonderfully modern look on lighting and the family of products can be used in unison or simply as statement pieces.

Designed to be sleek and stylish, the black lamp shades are wide to provide a general projection of light and the slim body is either chrome or gold. This decorative element will ensure the item stands out against your interiors and works perfectly as a centrepiece. 

One of the fantastic things about the Diablo products is that there is an item for every setting of the home. The one light wall spotlights are finished with a pull cord that can be used to turn the light on or off. Using overhead spotlight heads provide a spread of focused light and the sizeable heads are directional, which adds to the versatility of the fittings. With the whole range being fully LED rated, the lights are low maintenance and last up to 20 times longer than traditional incandescent bulbs.



Please contact our sales team on either or 0161 203 3300 if you wish to order a copy of our new catalogue.

Comments | Posted in Trends By Grace Culham

Industrial Trends Are Here To Stay

21 Aug, 2017 9:52:19 AM


The trend in industrial style interiors has seen a massive surge in popularity over the past 10 years. Particularly popular in bars or restaurants, it is now almost uncommon to enter a restaurant or bar without seeing an array of industrial style lighting, especially copper, on display. Stemming from an interior trend inspired by former industrial spaces and weathered buildings; the style is rustic yet modern and aesthetically pleasing. It is safe to say the rustic trend is certainly here to stay and shows no sign of budging.

The 1700s saw the birth of industrial buildings; constructed to be functional and robust, which seems almost ironic considering that nowadays they have since been glamorised to fashionable home accessories.

In terms of lighting, the raw aesthetic turned chic sees an assortment of large metal domes suspending from chunky chains, sleek copper finishes or exposed bulbs suspending from simple black fabric cables. When lit the visible bulbs provide a nostalgic vintage feel, creating a calming and cosy ambience – hence they’re popularity in restaurants. Industrial style is typical of large buildings within cities; coming from abandoned warehouses and factories that have since been converted in to homes.

Add an industrial style light to bring an element of style to your home or desired setting. You should consider blending together a mix of light sources including; table lamps, floor lamps and pendant to cover the whole spread of a room. You could also add a hint of drama to your interiors by using a cage pendant, which will project the light from each cut out section of the shade.

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Comments | Posted in Trends By Grace Culham

Trends Autumn/Winter 2015

10 Jun, 2015 12:59:13 PM

Trends inspire us to design products. So we make sure we take time to analyse what we see in the world around us. Whether it is modern, traditional or somewhere in between we create styles to fit within any interior of the home. Discover our 4 trends for Autumn/Winter 2015 which have inspired our new product development programme …..

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