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Create a cosy, welcoming ambience with wall lighting. Perfect in the hallway, above bedside tables or to add design interest to a bathroom, our collection includes everything from contemporary copper lighting to antique-inspired glass wall lights. Outdoor wall lights are a fantastic way to illuminate your outside space too. With everything from motion sensor styles for security to intricate wall lanterns that will cast an inviting glow over your doorstep, there's something for every space.


Wall lights are sophisticated, practical and make a real style statement. Fantastic in pairs either side of a bathroom mirror or bed or surrounding a hallway or living room, they create a cosy, intimate feel.

Do you need an electrician to install wall lights?

Installing wall lights can be a tricky task, so it's a good idea to call an electrician if you're not sure how to do it yourself. The wiring will need to be routed through the wall, which will require the know-how of a professional. 

Is it fashionable to have wall lights?

Full of nostalgia, wall lights have grown in popularity over recent years. They're a popular alternative to brighter ceiling lights in relaxed spaces, such as bedrooms and living rooms, as they help to create a calming ambience - particularly when used in conjunction with warm light bulbs. Our range also includes plenty of designs that offer a contemporary twist on the classic. Explore sophisticated bronze finishes, statement glass bulbs and geometric metal shapes. Whether you prefer a traditional look or something a little more modern, there's something for everyone.

If you're after more advice on choosing lighting, take a look at our home lighting ideas and buying guide.

How do you hide wall light wires?

Wall light wiring is cleverly concealed in the walls, usually routed up from the floor or down from the ceiling above. When installed, your wall lights will have a back box fitted inside the wall. This is where the wiring connects your wall lights to your mains electricity supply. As mentioned above, this is a tricky job, so definitely one for an electrician.