Conservatory and Garden Room Lighting

Lighting and Lights can show you the best lights for lighting your conservatory. We've got quick wins that will help you decide the best lights for your conservatory. Typically the most popular lights used in a conservatory are wall lights as this often makes use of redundant electrics left after removing a light that was previously an outdoor light. We have hundreds of wall lights available, so come and view our complete collection of wall lights.

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Conservatory Lighting does not need to be daunting. The tricky bit is for the ceiling rose if you have a angled join where you need to place your ceiling light.

We've got three quick wins that will help you decide the best lights for your conservatory. Typically the most popular lights used in a conservatory are wall lights as this often makes use of redundant electrics left after removing a light that was previously an outdoor light. There are loads on offer to cater for all tastes, whether traditional or modern wall lights.

With a little planning, provision could be made for a ceiling light and if so, Chandeliers look spectacular in glazed spaces such as sunrooms, garden rooms and orangeries, although to be fair, there really isn’t any room that is not instantly made grand with the addition of a chandelier. Pendant lights are also a great choice and look great when they’re a light ceiling pendant or clear glass to match!

If it's really not possible to add a ceiling light or  you wish to use it clear to enable some stargazing you can still have a luxurious lighting effect, low level lighting is perfect to create a cosy ambience. Overhanging floor lamps and table lamps keep the focus of light where it's most needed and maintains a clear view to the night sky. To buy, view or simply discover the entire Lighting And Lights Table Lamp collection simply click the category table lamps at the top of the page.

Another alternative is LED lighting on a strip which you can simply stick around the frame of the conservatory and plug in!

You generally won’t need to use any additional lighting during the day, so reflective materials such as polished chrome or antique brass help keep the daylight bouncing around the room.

 

For a comprehensive guide on how to light a conservatory, you can read our blog here.

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