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Bespoke lighting, the David Hunt Lighting way

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Bespoke lighting, the David Hunt Lighting way         
Over the years as a lighting retailer I have come across several manufacturers who claim to offer a bespoke service for their light fittings. Some will make a selection of their most popular light fittings in a range of colours. It’s not unheard of to see a chrome, brass, antique brass and maybe pewter version of the same light. Or they may offer a ‘5 arm’ and a ‘3 arm’ version of the same light. This gives you choice, but this is not bespoke! It isn’t even close. If you want a truly bespoke experience you look at David Hunt lighting.


There is a reason that David Hunt lighting can offer a proper bespoke service over their rivals and what it really boils down to is 2 things. The first is the actual manufacturing process. The word manufacturing doesn’t really do David Hunt justice. Their products aren’t manufactured they are crafted. Using original techniques by hand as opposed to mass producing they almost create artwork over final…

Lighting. The one aspect of our homes interior design we shouldn’t neglect

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Lighting. The one aspect of our homes interior design we shouldn’t neglect
Redecorating the living room is something we all go through. If not the living room, then the bedroom or the hall. Out comes the pasting table and the paint rollers. We throw up new wallpaper, buy new carpets and sockets & switches. Everyone has their own idea on what looks good & there’s no guarantee what one person likes will be liked by another. One thing that can be pretty much guaranteed however is that when each and every role of your favourite wallpaper has been plastered up you’ve had your lounge light on as bright as possible, so you can see clearly what you are doing. There’s actually something poignant about this.


Lighting actually usually tends to be the last thing we consider changing and yet it’s actually the one thing we can adapt and change in a room dependent upon our mood and aesthetic desires. Change a light switch to a dimmer and you can obviously reduce the light output of your rooms…