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Our range of lamps, lights and shades are sure to light up your life. Discover the latest trends, types of lighting we offer, and which are best for each room. And if you're struggling with the jargon or in need of inspiration, we've got plenty of helpful hints and styling tips too.

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Oversized ceramic table lamp with cream lamp shade.

Light up your home

Make your house a home with our bright lighting ideas and the latest lighting trends. We're here to shed some light on how to refresh your home with our latest lighting arrivals. 

Types of lighting

Lighting by room

Brass floor lamp.

Living room lighting

You use your living room for a mix of activities like socialising and relaxing, so it requires a combo of lighting.

Sage green metal cone shaped ceiling pendant

Bedroom lighting

From nighttime reading to dimly-lit closets, your bedroom needs a couple of lighting options to cater to these tasks.

Bear printed paper lamp shade.

Kids' room lighting

This lighting should be customisable. Bright and functional for playing, with the ability to soften on an evening.

Pewter shaped pendant in nickel finish.

Kitchen lighting

You'll need a good level of light for food prep and cooking. From ceiling to spotlights, be strategic with your light positioning.

Chrome metal flush ceiling light with 4 glass shades.

Bathroom lighting

Our bathroom lights have additional protection from water and moisture, they can be used for IP zone 2 and outside zones. If you love our bathroom lighting styles, you can use them elsewhere in your home.

Matt black metal industrial ceiling light.

Dining room lighting

As much as restaurants really like to dim the lights low for some mega mood lighting, in your dining room, there needs to be enough light for you to see your guests' faces as well as your food.

Blue fabric lightshade in hallway.

Hallway, landing and staircase lighting

Landings can often be dark, so the lighting here needs to be bright enough for putting on shoes, as well as welcoming guests.

Solar string light in the garden.

Outdoor lighting

Outdoor lighting is useful to highlight pathways, create serene settings and as a form of security.

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Ambient, task and accent lighting explained

Habitat Hashi tall ceramic table lamp.

Ambient lighting

Think table and floor lamps, chandeliers and pendants. More commonly known as mood lighting, a soft glow will spread across the room providing enough light to chill and chat without a harsh glare.

Habitat Jean colour block desk lamp.

Task lighting

What it says on the tin. Great for prepping dinner, helping the kids with their homework or anything else that requires extra lighting. Desk lamps and under cabinet lighting are examples.

Habitat Este light spot light.

Accent lighting

Show off a prized painting or highlight a garden feature. The idea is to draw attention to a focal point and enhance details. Wall sconces, recessed lights and spotlights will do the trick.

Energy efficient lighting

Philips Hue Go 2 colour portable smart light with bluetooth.

Smart lighting

Smart lighting comes in a range of shapes, sizes and colour tones to create a calming ambience, and can be dimmed depending on your mood. Schedule them to turn on and off and control them from your phone when out and about for added security and energy efficiency.

Chrome LED ceiling light.

LED lighting

LED stands for ‘light-emitting diode’. Basically, it’s a technology which means that LED bulbs use up to 80% less energy than incandescent and halogen bulbs. Their lifespan is approx. 10,000 – 25,000 hours but some can last up to 50,000 hours. That means they last twice as long as fluorescent bulbs, and more than 10 times longer than incandescent.

Fancy something different?

Lava Lite classic lava lamp.

Novelty lighting

These lights add personality and retro feels to your retreat. Do check out lava lamps as they're all the rage now.

French bull dog table lamp.

Animal lamps

An animal-themed table lamp is sure to give your space a quirky and playful look. Perfect to pop on your console table; why not go for an endearing elephant for reading or a squirrel as you study?

Brass table lamp with iron base.

Industrial lamps

Industrial lamps are a great choice for those who prefer a contemporary or more stripped back style. With metallic shades and oversized fittings, this type of lighting lends itself perfectly to open-plan spaces.


A woman switching off the lights.

Switches and dimmers

They turn the light on, and off, and come in a variety of finishes. Dimmers control the brightness, either by touch, a switch, or through a smart phone.

Blue habitat lampshade hanging.


Add atmospheric lighting to any room with our range or lampshades. A new lamp shade is simple way to bring a sophisticated finish to any room.

Surge protected extension lead.

Extension leads

Plug multiple lights or wired gadgets safely into one socket with extension leads. It'll also protect the electrical items from surges and spikes. 

Selection of warm toned light bulbs.

Light bulbs

Choose between halogen and LED lights. Just make sure the fitting matches your lamp by checking the product description.

Jargon buster

We don't expect anyone to be a bright spark when it comes to lighting. So we thought we'd shed some light on what some of the terms you'd expect to come across actually mean. You're welcome.

Table lamps in a living room.
  • CFL or, 'compact fluorescent light bulbs' are energy-saving and designed to replace incandescent bulbs.
  • Lumens measure light. Basically, the more lumens, the brighter the light.
  • Kelvin is the bulb's colour temp. The lower the kelvin the warmer the light, and vice versa.
  • LED or, 'light-emitting diode'. Up to 80% more efficient than incandescent bulbs and lasts up to 6 times longer!
  • Colour rendering index (CRI) is measured on a scale of 0-100 and indicates how well a light reflects colour. The higher the CRI, the more accurately colours are reproduced. 80% or higher is ideal for home everyday use.
  • Wattage tells you how much power a bulb uses. More watts mean more power – not more brightness – for that you need to look at the lumens.

More lighting inspiration

Metal cone ceiling light in rose colour.

Kitchen lighting ideas

Light up your kitchen for cooking and entertaining.

Giant bulb with filament in smoky grey.

Light bulbs guide

Find the right bulbs for different types of lighting.