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Astro Lighting Track Suspension Kit in Matt Black for the Astro Track System, Astro 6020043

Astro Lighting Track Suspension Kit in Matt Black for the Astro Track System, Astro 6020043

This is the Astro Lighting 6020043 track suspension kit with a matt black finish. It is suitable onl..

Model: AX2264

£18.20 Ex. VAT

Astro Lighting Track Suspension Kit in Matt White for the Astro Track System, Astro 6020042

Astro Lighting Track Suspension Kit in Matt White for the Astro Track System, Astro 6020042

This is the Astro Lighting 6020042 track suspension kit a matt white finish. It is suitable only for..

Model: AX2263

£18.20 Ex. VAT

Astro Lighting Track Suspension Live End Supply in Matt Black IP20 rated Dimmable, Astro 6020033

Astro Lighting Track Suspension Live End Supply in Matt Black IP20 rated Dimmable, Astro 6020033

This is the Astro Lighting 6020033 track suspension live end supply in a matt black finish.It is sui..

Model: AX2262

£49.40 Ex. VAT

Astro Lighting Track Suspension Live End Supply in Matt White IP20 rated Dimmable, Astro 6020032

Astro Lighting Track Suspension Live End Supply in Matt White IP20 rated Dimmable, Astro 6020032

This is the Astro Lighting 6020032 track suspension live end supply in a matt white finish. It is..

Model: AX2261

£49.40 Ex. VAT

Apollo 100 Track Spotlight Textured White Adjustable for Astro Track Mounting IP20 1 x 6W max. LED GU10, Astro 1422022

Apollo 100 Track Spotlight Textured White Adjustable for Astro Track Mounting IP20 1 x 6W max. LED GU10, Astro 1422022

This is the Apollo 100 Track Spotlight Textured White Adjustable for Astro Track Mounting (SKU 14220..

Model: AX2222

£47.45 Ex. VAT

Apollo 100 Track Spotlight Textured Black Adjustable for Astro Track Mounting IP20 1 x 6W max. LED GU10, Astro 1422023

Apollo 100 Track Spotlight Textured Black Adjustable for Astro Track Mounting IP20 1 x 6W max. LED GU10, Astro 1422023

This is the Apollo 100 Track Spotlight Textured Black Adjustable for Astro Track Mounting (SKU 14220..

Model: AX2223

£47.45 Ex. VAT

Astro Track Corner Support Bright Zinc Plated 113x113x8.3mm 90deg Corner, Astro 6020036

Astro Track Corner Support Bright Zinc Plated 113x113x8.3mm 90deg Corner, Astro 6020036

This is the Astro Lighting 6020036 Track Corner Support - bright zinc plated. Type: Track Corne..

Model: AX1997

£5.20 Ex. VAT

Astro Track Straight Support Bright Zinc Plated 195x31x8.3mm, Astro Lighting 6020035

Astro Track Straight Support Bright Zinc Plated 195x31x8.3mm, Astro Lighting 6020035

This is the Astro 6020035 track straight support in a bright zinc plating ideal for the Astro Lighti..

Model: AX1996

£4.55 Ex. VAT

Astro Track T Support Bright Zinc Plated for Astro Track System, Astro Lighting 6020037

Astro Track T Support Bright Zinc Plated for Astro Track System, Astro Lighting 6020037

This is the Astro Lighting 6020037 track T support in a bright zinc plating. Type: Track T Supp..

Model: AX1998

£5.85 Ex. VAT

Astro Track X Support Bright Zinc Plated for Astro Track System, Astro Lighting 6020034

Astro Track X Support Bright Zinc Plated for Astro Track System, Astro Lighting 6020034

This is the Astro Lighting 6020034 track X support in a bright zinc plating, ideal for the Astro Lig..

Model: AX1999

£7.80 Ex. VAT

Astro Lighting 240V Track 1000mm (1m) in Matt Black for Ceiling Mounting, for use with Astro Spots, Astro 6020009

Astro Lighting 240V Track 1000mm (1m) in Matt Black for Ceiling Mounting, for use with Astro Spots, Astro 6020009

This is the Astro Lighting 2062 matt black track system for ceiling mounting (6020009), with a lengt..

Model: AX2062

£20.80 Ex. VAT

Astro Lighting 240V Track 1000mm (1m) in Matt White for Ceiling Mounting, Astro 6020001

Astro Lighting 240V Track 1000mm (1m) in Matt White for Ceiling Mounting, Astro 6020001

This is the Astro Lighting 1988 matt white track (SKU 6020001) for ceiling mounting, with a length o..

Model: AX1988

£20.80 Ex. VAT

Astro Lighting 240V Track 2000mm (2m) in Matt Black for Ceiling Mounting, Astro Lighting 6020010

Astro Lighting 240V Track 2000mm (2m) in Matt Black for Ceiling Mounting, Astro Lighting 6020010

This is the Astro Lighting 2063 matt black track (SKU 6020010) for ceiling mounting, with a length o..

Model: AX2063

£41.60 Ex. VAT

Astro Lighting 240V Track 2000mm (2m) in Matt White for Ceiling Mounting, Astro Lighting 6020002

Astro Lighting 240V Track 2000mm (2m) in Matt White for Ceiling Mounting, Astro Lighting 6020002

This is the Astro Lighting 1989 matt white track (SKU 6020002) for ceiling mounting, with a length o..

Model: AX1989

£41.60 Ex. VAT

Can 50 Matt Black Adjustable LED Track Spotlight 8.2W 509lm 3000K Dimmable for Astro Track Mounting Only, Astro 1396027

Can 50 Matt Black Adjustable LED Track Spotlight 8.2W 509lm 3000K Dimmable for Astro Track Mounting Only, Astro 1396027

This is the Astro Lighting 1396027 Can 50 track spotlight in matt black coming complete with a 8.2W ..

Model: AX6162

£84.50 Ex. VAT

Can 50 Matt White Adjustable LED Track Spotlight 8.2W 544lm 3000K Dimmable for Astro Track Mounting Only, Astro 1396026

Can 50 Matt White Adjustable LED Track Spotlight 8.2W 544lm 3000K Dimmable for Astro Track Mounting Only, Astro 1396026

This is the Astro Lighting 1396026 Can 50 track spotlight in matt white coming complete with a 8.2W ..

Model: AX6148

£84.50 Ex. VAT

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Lighting plays a central role when it comes to enhancing the aesthetic of your home. With the right tone, colour and temperature of lighting you can create a warm and welcoming mood in your home.However, proper utilisation and placement of lighting are often overlooked, which in turn leads to a bad lighting situation. Bad lighting downplays the beauty of your interior and creates a bland setting. Lighting has three basic types that are essential in improving the mood of a room; ambient lighting, task lighting, and accent lighting. Task and accent lighting are more specific in their purpose while ambient lighting provides the overall illumination of a room. A suitable lighting scheme will utilise these three types of lighting for enhanced aesthetics. 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