Ceiling Lights

Transform your living room, bedroom and more with a range of ceiling lights from The Lighting Superstore. Whether you’re looking for compact lights that fit flush to the ceiling as a space-saving solution in smaller rooms or a statement ceiling pendant for dining and living rooms, look no further. Browse our range below or chat with our lighting experts for help finding your perfect product.

Types of ceiling light

We offer a variety of ceiling lights to suit every home and interior design. The main types are flush ceiling lights – which fit flat to the ceiling for a subtle and compact finish – and pendant ceiling lights, which hang from the ceiling in larger, eye-catching designs.

Flush ceiling lights can provide ambient light to brighten large living rooms and open spaces, while spotlights are perfect for task lighting in kitchens and bathrooms or wherever you need a focused beam of light.

Pendant ceiling lights come in a greater variety of designs, from classic hanging lamp models to grander designs such as multi-arm lights and chandeliers, in both modern and traditional styles.

Ceiling lights for every room in the home

The Lighting Superstore offers a range of unique and eye-catching ceiling lights for every room in the home.

Our multi-arm ceiling lights include stunning, traditional chandeliers as well as a range of more contemporary and modern designs that make a beautiful focal point for the dining room. Alternatively, view our flush ceiling lights that make a perfect compact and convenient addition to the kitchen or bathroom.

We also offer a range of pendant lights and shades in beautiful and distinctive designs to add a personal touch to bedrooms and living rooms. Browse our complete range of ceiling lights here or shop by room – including kitchen lighting, dining room lighting and bedroom lighting.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do I pick a ceiling light?

The perfect ceiling light will depend on the room it will be fixed in, the amount of space available and its function – for example, as ambient or task lighting.

Firstly, measure the space available for the light – considering both the width and the depth, if it will be placed above a dining room table or kitchen island, for example. Next, consider what the light will be used for, such as illuminating a large area or providing a focused beam of light to a targeted space. Additional considerations include fittings and fixtures requirements and types of light bulbs, whether or not the light needs to be dimmable and, of course, personal design taste and inspiration.

Which type of ceiling light is best for the living room?

Living room ceiling lights are typically designed to provide ambient light. However, the perfect product for each room will depend on the space available. For space-saving living rooms with low ceilings, flush ceiling lights are compact yet powerful enough to provide ample light. For larger living rooms, multi-arm ceiling lights make an eye-catching centrepiece.

Which type of ceiling light is best for bedrooms?

The best ceiling light for a bedroom depends on the space available. For larger bedrooms, a unique pendant design can add personality to the space – however, for smaller rooms where space is at a premium, flush lights are compact and convenient without compromising on light output.

Dimmable lights are also perfect for bedrooms, allowing you to adjust the atmosphere from bright daytime to cosy evenings.

Are LED ceiling lights brighter?

Yes, LED ceiling lights are brighter than traditional incandescent, halogen and CFL bulbs. Plus, they are more energy-efficient than alternative bulbs, making them a popular choice for use in any room in the home. Browse The Lighting Superstore’s range of LED lighting now or view our direct replacement and retrofit range, designed to replace incandescent and halogen bulbs with LEDs.

What is the difference between and ceiling light and a downlight?

A ceiling light refers to any lighting product that is fixed to the ceiling and, therefore, downlights are a type of ceiling light. However, people often think of ceiling lights as providing ambient light to illuminate a whole room, such as pendants or multi-arm lights. Downlights are designed to provide a focused beam of task light and are typically placed above surfaces or areas where additional light is needed, such as above a kitchen island or shower.

While all ceiling lights are mounted to the ceiling with a hole required to fix the light to a power source, downlights typically require a much larger hole to install.

What is another name for ceiling lights?

The term ceiling light is used to refer to any type of lighting that fits flush to, or is suspended from, the ceiling. However, ceiling lights may be referred to by their specific shape or designs, such as pendant lights, chandeliers, spotlights and more.

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