Effectively lighting a space with wall lights requires a good deal of forethought. If you are considering having bedroom wall lights it’s better if these can be switched on and off at the door as well as by the bed. Alternatively if a room has just been decorated the Tolomeo, Bestlite or Hector PSC wall light can be fixed to the wall and plugged in without making any mess.
For places with a lot of foot traffic, whether it’s for a dining room, living room, bathroom or hallway, a wall light is a very useful solution. Wall lighting fittings can be small – illuminating a dark cramped space – such as the Tilee, or can be used to illuminate a larger area such as the Mesmeri or Surf by Artemide. The wall light is a great alternative to desk or floor lamps and is also a great space saver.
Chuo 250 is a very smart square off-white cotton lampshade with hidden fixings to the wall which uses an ordinary light bulb.
Max 1x 42W halogen energy saver or compact fluorescent equivalent (not included).
Northern Butterfly Wall Lamp:
Butterfly is a small wall lamp designed in 1964 by Sven I. Dysthe for Høvik Lys and later produced by Arnold Vik, Norway. In 2008 Northern Lighting decided to relaunch this Norwegian design treasure.
Its uniquness lies in the combination of its simple shape and its well executed indirect method of shedding light, creating a bright and yet warm atmosphere.
It looks simple, but is elegant and decorative as a single item, and is even more so when several are combined in vertical or horizontal groups.
The fitting is supplied with a trailing flex and plug and a pull switch so it can be simply screwed to the wall and plugged into a nearby socket or the flex can be removed and it can then be hardwired.
Max 1 x 42W halogen energy saver or compact fluorescent equivalent (not included)
Canne Wall Lighting:
Design: Rodolfo Dordoni 1998 for Artemide.
Wall light in white sand-balsted glass giving diffused and indirect light.
Lamp: 1 x Max 70W ES halogen energy saver or 1 x 15W compact fluorescent (not included).