A range of Factorylux lamp shades and other light fittings were specified for the Wirral project which featured in the final episode of the latest series.
Stuart and Rosie Treasurer got in touch in February 2016 about their project and our galvanised wall sockets and switches. They visited our manufacturing HQ in West Yorkshire in August 2016 to look at the range of light fittings.
Most of the decorative lighting for Stuart and Rosie’s home was bought in that single visit – products from the online range and also some careful picks of manufacturing seconds from our eBay shelf (see the current eBay offers here).
The Grand Designs lighting included the pendant and wall fittings in the living room and kitchen – the galvanised 190 mm kitchen lamp shades were installed using conduit products to make stylish wall lights. The conduit range includes pre-cut and pre-threaded tube lengths to make it easy to create custom designs.
The open stairwell of the project featured a range of lamp shades including copper and galvanised 360mm Industrial Lamp Shades and 310mm enamel Coolie Lamp Shades.
Finally the lighting in the kitchen and dining area – above the mobile island and dining table – included the classic gloss black enamel 360mm Industrial Lamp Shades. All the shades in the Factorylux range – every colour and finish in every size – are made entirely in the UK for exceptional quality and durability.
Stuart and Rosie bought the lamp shades and other fittings for their Grand Designs lighting (lighting cables, lamp holders, ceiling hardware, etc) as components which were then assembled by their electrical contractor.
We also offer the Made For You designer lighting service: choose components using the groundbreaking online lighting configurators and your pendant and wall lights are hand built at our production HQ by skilled technicians. Every light is individually tested and certified to BS EN 60598 and dispatched for next day delivery with easy to follow instructions for safe and simple installation. Start your design here.
All images courtesy of and copyright Channel Four Television.