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Tile Light Solves Problems

LED Tile Light

We are often faced with the problem where our customers want to put a light in a floor tile or floor board, but cannot do this as the depth of the light would mean cutting into the floor and potentially damaging under floor heating.

Well now that problem has been solved with our new LED Tile Light.

This light required only 10mm depth, which is less than the thickness of a typical floor tile or wooden floor board.

The light measures just 35mm x 35mm and is available with either a natural white LED or also a warm white LED.

Please click here for more information on the LED Tile Light.

Slot Hits The Spot

Introducing the new Slot Round wall light from Pathe Lighting. This brand new LED wall light gives off a striking and sleek beam of light to light up floor space with a modern yet minimal touch.

The Slot Round wall light comes in a dashing stainless steel finish to look at home in any contempory lighting scheme.

Welcome To The Essential Collection

The new Essential Collection offers up this fantastic new chandelier in three amazing colour ways.

We at Pathe Lighting, are in awe of this striking new Chandelier range. Through its dashing looks and ostentatious appearance, the Essential Collection oozes contempory charm. With its dashing looks this contempory chandelier will add great lighting coverage to any room.




Cardo Downlight Satisfies Demand

Our new Cardo downlight provides the minimal looks that are in demand from interior designers.

Its simple looks are combined with a fullt flexible tilt and rotate mechanism providing a very flexible product.

Please click here for more information on this ceiling downlight.

New Designer LED Lamp - Watch this Space

We were at a trade show recently and found this fantastic dimmable designer LED light bulb.

This product is so new, it will only be available in December, so please let us know if you love this designer LED lamp as much as we do and we will make sure that you are one of the first in the UK to receive it.


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