A feature in The World of Interiors (WoI) March 2016 highlighted the versatility of the Factorylux Made For You bespoke ceiling pendant light service. The feature on console tables was by inspiration editor Miranda Sinclair with photography by Anders Gramer.
The feature used more than 20 console tables in a diverse range of styles, all illuminated by lighting created using the Factorylux Made For You ceiling pendant light configurator. The ceiling pendants were fitted with shades manufactured by A Shade Above, bespoke handmade lampshade specialists based in Brighton. Both the shades and room dividers for the set used the ‘Bibliotheque red’ wall covering from Brunschwig and Fils.
The Factorylux Made For You service can be used to design both ceiling pendant lights and simple plug-in lights. The pendants can be fitted with a Factorylux lamp shade or designed without a shade for use as a bare bulb pendant or fitted with a shade from another supplier.
All the standard screw (E27 or ES) lamp holders take a standard 40mm lamp shade carrier and the standard bayonet (B22 or BC) lamp holders a 30mm carrier ring. Both the screw and bayonet lamp holders are available with a cord grip for suspending using the supply cord, or with a hook for hanging using lighting chain or similar.
The choice of fittings and finishes – including brass, silver, bronze and gold – offered by the Factorylux collection is designed to maximise compatibility with a range of shades and interior design styles. All the lamp holders include a single shade ring for hanging a shade, with extras available if necessary. All the metal lamp holders are precision machined in the UK for exceptional quality, safety and durability.
When you’ve designed the perfect pendant light, it’s hand-built within 24 hours at our production HQ in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire and tested and certified to BS EN 60598. All the ceiling pendant lights ship for free next day delivery everywhere in the UK with fitting instructions and all the required fixtures for simple and safe installation.
All images courtesy of and copyright The World of Interiors/Condé Nast.