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Cabaret 4 II Globe Bathroom Wall Light in Polished Chrome IP44 rated with Four Glass Globe Lamps G9 LED, Astro 1087009

Cabaret 4 II Globe Bathroom Wall Light in Polished Chrome IP44 rated with Four Glass Globe Lamps G9 LED, Astro 1087009

This is the Astro Lighting 1087009 - the Cabaret 4 II polished chrome bathroom light,  unswitch..

Model: AX0499

£113.10 Ex. VAT

Cabaret 4 II Globe Bathroom Wall Light in Matt Black IP44 rated with Four Glass Globe Lamps 4x 3W LED G9, Astro 1087007

Cabaret 4 II Globe Bathroom Wall Light in Matt Black IP44 rated with Four Glass Globe Lamps 4x 3W LED G9, Astro 1087007

This is the Astro Lighting 1087007 - the Cabaret 4 II Matt Black bathroom light,  unswitched wa..

Model: AX8707

£109.85 Ex. VAT

Padova Polished Chrome Bathroom Wall Light with Tube Diffusers IP44 rated 2 x G9 max. 28W, Astro 1143001

Padova Polished Chrome Bathroom Wall Light with Tube Diffusers IP44 rated 2 x G9 max. 28W, Astro 1143001

This is the Astro Lighting 1143001 - the Padova bathroom wall light, a wall-mounted fitting coming i..

Model: AX0650

£63.70 Ex. VAT

Cabaret 5 II Globe Bathroom Wall Light in Polished Chrome IP44 rated using 5x 3W max G9 Lamps, Astro 1087010

Cabaret 5 II Globe Bathroom Wall Light in Polished Chrome IP44 rated using 5x 3W max G9 Lamps, Astro 1087010

This is the Astro Lighting 1087010 - the Cabaret 5 II globe polished chrome bathroom light, a wall l..

Model: AX0957

£144.95 Ex. VAT

Cabaret 5 II Globe Bathroom Wall Light in Matt Black IP44 rated with Five Glass Globe Lamps 5x 3W LED G9, Astro 1087008

Cabaret 5 II Globe Bathroom Wall Light in Matt Black IP44 rated with Five Glass Globe Lamps 5x 3W LED G9, Astro 1087008

This is the Astro Lighting 1087008 - the Cabaret 5 II Matt Black bathroom light,  unswitched wa..

Model: AX8708

£141.70 Ex. VAT

Luik Black with Plain Casing IP65 359mm Diameter Surface Mounted (Casing Only), Saxby Lighting 61646

Luik Black with Plain Casing IP65 359mm Diameter Surface Mounted (Casing Only), Saxby Lighting 61646

The Luik Black with Plain Casing is a robust, slimline bulkhead made by Saxby Lighting. It is a surf..

Model: 61646

£34.50 Ex. VAT

Luik Gear Tray 18W 4200K LED with a Microwave Sensor for use with Luik Bulkheads, Saxby Lighting 72180

Luik Gear Tray 18W 4200K LED with a Microwave Sensor for use with Luik Bulkheads, Saxby Lighting 72180

This is the Luik gear tray with a microwave sensor from Saxby Lighting. The gear tray is designed to..

Model: 72180

£32.29 Ex. VAT

Luik Gear Tray 18W 4200K with LED Driver 282mm Diam (non-dimmable) for Luik Bulkheads, Saxby Lighting 61652

Luik Gear Tray 18W 4200K with LED Driver 282mm Diam (non-dimmable) for Luik Bulkheads, Saxby Lighting 61652

This is the standard Luik gear tray from Saxby Lighting. It is designed to be used with the Luik bul..

Model: 61652

£25.71 Ex. VAT

Mashiko 360 LED Bathroom Light 7.9W 3000K 394lm IP44 Polished Chrome with White Diffuser, Astro 1121018

Mashiko 360 LED Bathroom Light 7.9W 3000K 394lm IP44 Polished Chrome with White Diffuser, Astro 1121018

This is the Astro Lighting 7099 Mashiko 360 LED rectangular bathroom wall or ceiling mounted lamp co..

Model: AX7099

£214.00 Ex. VAT

Luik Microwave Maintained Emergency Gear Tray 18W 4200K LED for use with Luik Bulkheads, Saxby Lighting 72181

Luik Microwave Maintained Emergency Gear Tray 18W 4200K LED for use with Luik Bulkheads, Saxby Lighting 72181

This is the Luik gear tray with both emergency gear and a microwave sensor. It is designed to be use..

Model: 72181

£56.86 Ex. VAT

Mashiko 360 Classic Bathroom Wall Light IP44 in Matt Gold with White Diffuser 2 x E14 40W, Astro 1121037

Mashiko 360 Classic Bathroom Wall Light IP44 in Matt Gold with White Diffuser 2 x E14 40W, Astro 1121037

This is the Astro Lighting 7801 Mashiko 360 Classic rectangular bathroom wall-mounted lamp coming in..

Model: AX7801

£156.65 Ex. VAT

Renzo S 11W Dual CCT (3000K/4000K) Round Integrated Modular LED Bulkhead 280mm x 100mm for Wall/Ceiling IP44, Megaman 710264

Renzo S 11W Dual CCT (3000K/4000K) Round Integrated Modular LED Bulkhead 280mm x 100mm for Wall/Ceiling IP44, Megaman 710264

This is the Megaman 710264 Renzo S Integrated Modular LED Bulkhead with dual CCT output (3000K / 400..

Model: 710264

£18.31 Ex. VAT

Renzo M 10W/15W Dual CCT (3000K/4000K) Round Integrated Modular LED Bulkhead 330mm x 110mm for Wall/Ceiling IP44, Megaman 710430

Renzo M 10W/15W Dual CCT (3000K/4000K) Round Integrated Modular LED Bulkhead 330mm x 110mm for Wall/Ceiling IP44, Megaman 710430

This is the Megaman 710430 Renzo M Integrated Modular LED Bulkhead with dual CCT output (3000K / 400..

Model: 710430

£22.75 Ex. VAT

Pella 190 White Plaster Paintable Wall Light Oblong up-down Lighting using 2 x 50W GU10, Astro 1315002

Pella 190 White Plaster Paintable Wall Light Oblong up-down Lighting using 2 x 50W GU10, Astro 1315002

This is the Astro Lighting 7141 Pella 190 white plaster wall light for up-and-down lighting, a paint..

Model: AX7141

£78.65 Ex. VAT

Pella 325 Plaster Wall Light, Paintable Oblong up-down Wall Fitting 1 x 12W E27 LED, Astro 1315001

Pella 325 Plaster Wall Light, Paintable Oblong up-down Wall Fitting 1 x 12W E27 LED, Astro 1315001

This is the Astro Lighting 7140 Pella 325 white plaster wall light for up-and-down lighting, a paint..

Model: AX7140

£82.55 Ex. VAT

Kymi 220 Plaster Wall Light (Paintable) Ridged Semi-Cylindrical Fitting IP20 2 x GU10 lamps, Astro 1335001

Kymi 220 Plaster Wall Light (Paintable) Ridged Semi-Cylindrical Fitting IP20 2 x GU10 lamps, Astro 1335001

This is the Astro Lighting Kymi 220 plaster wall light (1335001) - a paintable fitting using 2 x GU1..

Model: AX7256

£67.60 Ex. VAT

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Quick Guide to Painting your Plaster or Ceramic Paintable Wall Lights

Do you fancy a different color for your wall lights? We at Sparks offer quite a lot of plaster light fittings and ceramic lights which can be painted to complement the interior design of your room or space. They are called "paintable lights", and painting such fittings will not invalidate your warranty, provided that no technical parts have been tempered with. But when you intend to paint a certain plaster wall light or ceramic light fitting, you need to take care of a few matters; they are porous materials, so there are a few processes that are recommended in order to obtain a quality painted finish. The following guide is based on the Astro Lighting painting guide, which we find very helpful. Painting your Light Fittings - General Rules First: don't paint the plaster or ceramic fitting while it is fitted to the wall. This is not recommended, for it may leave unsightly cracks around the edge of the product, and this may result in unwanted light spill. Second: if there are some dark marks on the plaster or ceramic fitting, it is recommended that you remove them. You can do this by either using a clean white eraser or P600 grit sandpaper (if the marks are heavier). If you don't remove the dark spots or marks, they may show through the paint. Third: take care when handling the plaster light fitting or ceramic parts, since these materials are naturally brittle. Handle with care. Fifth: Please mark off any electrical components, such as lampholders, LED lamps, etc. Sixth: after painting, make sure you remove the masking tape with care, to make sure the edges are even and straight. These are some general rules which should be followed no matter what kind of fitting you wish to paint. Let us see some more specific rules when it comes to painting Plaster Lights or Ceramic Lights with either spray paint finish or emulsion finish. Best Practice for Spray Painting the Paintable Plaster Lights First of all, here are some of the best practices for a spray paint finish for plaster lights, that is, when you wish to spray-paint your plaster light fitting: Spray Primer: Use two wet coats of white high build spray primer to seal the plaster surface. Priming on the Inside: Apply primer to the inside of the plaster part – this will make masking easier when applying the colour paint on top. Wait to dry: Allow to dry before applying the next coat. Masking tape: Use masking tape to mask off all internal surfaces to preserve original light colour, brightness and pattern. Spray Color Paint: Use spray colour coat on top (must be compatible with primer). Multiple coats may be required to achieve desired finish. Best Practice for Emulsion Painting the Paintable Plaster Light Fittings Primer: Use a plaster sealer primer, brushed or rolled on. One coat should be enough. Wait to Dry: Allow to dry before applying top colour coat. Masking Tape: Use masking tape to mask off all internal surfaces to preserve original light colour, brightness and pattern. Paint the Fitting: Apply colour emulsion on top, this can be rolled or brushed on. Please note: if you're using a brush, it may create a different texture. Multiple coats may be required to achieve desired finish. Best Practice for a Spray Paint for Paintable Ceramic Light Fittings Remove Sanding Marks: Remember, some sanding marks in the ceramic surface may show through. Remove any deep sanding marks on the surface using P600 grit sandpaper. Apply the Primer: Apply one coat of high build spray primer to seal the ceramic surface. Ceramic is slightly less porous than plaster. Spray-Paint the Fitting: Apply a spray colour coat on top (this must be compatible with primer). Multiple coats may be required to achieve desired finish. Best Practice for a Emulsion Finish for Paintable Ceramic Light Fittings Remove Sanding Marks: Some sanding marks in the ceramic surface may show through. Remove any deep sanding marks on the surface using P600 grit sandpaper. Apply the Primer: Apply one coat of high build spray primer to seal the ceramic surface. Ceramic is slightly less porous than plaster. Paint the Fitting: Apply colour emulsion on top, this can be rolled or brushed on. Please note: if you're using a brush, it may create a different texture. Multiple coats may be required to achieve desired finish. Find the paintable ceramic lights here; as for the plaster light fittings, you can find them either via Wall Lights or Ceiling Lights on our website.

Designing a Home Bar is Difficult, but Lighting it Doesn't Have to Be!

In this economy, setting up a home bar might sound like an impossible extravagance, but if you're the entertaining type, it might just be worth the investment. It's more comfortable at home, for a start, and on a Friday night, it would be like having a night out only with your friends in a cosy setting. Decoist has a wonderful (as usual) post for inspiration, so take a look over there and if it's something you think you might want, come back here for tips on how to recreate that cosy bar atmosphere - and maybe even improve on it. The Basic Principles  We've covered the basics of lighting a bar for commercial purposes before and the same basic principles apply to the home version. Let's talk about them briefly. Pendants and chandeliers will provide just enough ambient lighting to see by, but little enough for that all-important atmosphere. As to the question of how low (or high) to hang those lights: aim for eye level to reduce glare. Unlike a commercial bar, you have the research opportunity: measure your tallest and shortest friends and hang the pendant so the light sits in the midpoint. And if you'll be displaying your selection behind the bar, accent lighting can illuminate the bottles to make them look more attractive. Strips of warm white LED lights hanging underneath the shelves are basically invisible and more importantly: very lovely. The Personal Details Now you've got a handle on the basic principles of lighting a bar to make it look great, but you have a little more freedom in your own home, so we can go a little bit wild. If you're playing some games like poker or blackjack or Snakes and Ladders, spotlights mounted on the walls around the space will provide the illumination needed to properly and fairly compete. In fact, wall lights in general offer something different from commercial pubs in terms of general lighting. The principle behind their mounting height is the opposite of the ceiling lamps: mount a wall lamp above eye level to cut down on uncomfortable glare. Plinth lighting set within the bar is always a nice touch, and we especially condone the use of coloured lights to make your home bar a little bit different from most. There are many other innovative ways to light a bar, and these are just a few of them. If you have ideas, sound off in the comments! But the two most important questions to ask yourself before starting this new project are: "What style am I going for?" and "With what shall I stock it?"