When it comes to buying lights it can be rather costly. Especially if you want to make a real statement.
Working on my dining room revamp I saw this as the perfect opportunity to have the electrician change a couple of the ugly ceiling lights we inherited with our home.
With a project list as long as my arm, I needed to keep the cost as low as possible.
Whilst searching the internet I found some really beautiful brass lights that are all under £100. If you too are in need of some lower budget ceiling light inspiration I may have found you a couple of gems.
Debenhams is always a great place to look for lighting. Their in house lighting designer has recently developed a range of statement lights including Akoni Pendant light priced at £95.
Next up is H&M Home who have really branched out over the past year. I was pleasantly surprised to see they are now offering us stylish and affordable lighting including this metal pendant light. With the amazing price of £49.99 why not buy two!
Who doesn’t love a trusty classic? The globe design is THE classic we just can’t get enough of. Habitat offer the Boyd light in brass, Crome and even as a chandelier. If you want to get your hands on the Boyd light it is available in store and online at £80.
Argos Home have just released a new range called Wilderness . This range consisists of home accessories and furniture with bold designs and a touch of statement. As you can see the ring pendant light is a great addition to this collection. With an added bonus the exposed filament bulb is also included in the price at £30.
I maybe slightly cheating with the made.com Dia light which is priced at £85 in their clearance sale. The Dia light has a new Nordic Art Deco style. I guarantee that this light really will give you that statement look you are craving.
The only question left to ask is, which light are you going to buy?