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It's okay. We're afraid of the dark, too.

Lighting is what turns your home into a place for doing things you love – whether it's reading a book, preparing dinner or getting cosy on the sofa. That’s why you'll find so many ways to make your home a little brighter – and energy efficient ways of keeping it that way.

The timeless design of TISDAG LED lamps
ROTVIG bamboo floor lamp, inspired by sun shining through a fence.
We think you'll like the price of this lamp almost as much as the lamp itself. (Transporting it in a flatpack is one trick to keeping the price low.)
"I was fascinated by a photo of a fence, built by Maasai nomads, where the sunlight trickled through. ROTVIK lamps mimic that sparkling light with bamboo sticks and a clear LED light source."

Designer Jon Eliasson
ROTVIK Pendant lamp Dhs 245.00
HEKTAR spotlight
Get theatrical
The HEKTAR clamp spotlight, inspired by industrial stage lighting, adds portable drama to your home. It's slightly oversized, so it makes a statement wherever you put it. Just be sure you're ready for your close-up.
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A lit LED bulb against a black background.
Long-lasting LED
LED lights are the most sustainable on the market, using up to 85% less energy than old-fashioned incandescent bulbs. Plus, they last up to 20 years, which means you might just want a new lamp before you'll need a new bulb.
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LED bulbs use up to 85% less energy than incandescent bulbs. We think that's brilliant.
LED bulbs use up to 85% less energy than incandescent bulbs. We think that's brilliant.