Inspired by the iconic Southbank Centre in London, this Polymer Concrete fitting would blend in beautifully in both stone houses and contemporary apartments. The Southbank Up and Down Light is simple and understated in style and we've...
Inspired by the iconic Southbank Centre in London, this Polymer Concrete fitting would blend in beautifully in both stone houses and contemporary apartments. The Southbank Up and Down Light is simple and understated in style and we've kept the material completely raw and unpolished allowing the natural markings and shapes to show through.
Designed with two GU10 fittings the light can be spaced evenly around the exterior of the home or beside a doorway offering the perfect expanse of light both upwards and downwards. It's IP44 rated for outdoor use making it completely weatherproof.
Standard UK Delivery takes 3-5 working days. Next Day orders must be placed before midday for delivery the following working day. If a Next Day order is placed after midday on a Friday, or over a weekend, delivery will take place the following Tuesday. Named day delivery can be placed up to 2 weeks in the future.
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Yes, you can install any of our ourdoor lights indoors also.
Product LAPC04: Lacking in quality. Details given in previous section
Service: I bought 6 concrete up/down lights,each cost £50. Two had minor imperfections, however on a third, the thread was distorted on the aluminium part the the light lense screws into.It had been forced in and the thread had to be repaired. I have extended a house in Cornwall and have much work in hand. No time to return a heavy light fitting made of concrete. As a "Box shifter" I suppose Garden Trading is OK, the product I bought was imperfect.
The lights haven't been fitted yet so I don't know yet how they look
when lit at night time
I ordered 2 lights which I had previously ordered earlier this year. The new ones were different and after phoning was told that I should buy some resin and paint
the new ones so that they will then match the existing ones.