Lighting

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.

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Soft and cozy lighting
Bright ideas for children
Playing with paper
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Switch season. Not the lamp.
 A collage of white, grey, pink and flowery lamp shades
Switching lamp shades is an easy way to make your lamps and home bloom. Just pick the colours and patterns you love and enjoy spring in the best light.
See more shades SKEBY Lamp shade THB 695   BRÅN Table lamp base THB 420 BRÅN Table lamp base THB 420 ALVINE PÄRLA Lamp shade THB 695 ALVINE PÄRLA Lamp shade THB 995 EMMIE BLOM Shade THB 195 EKÅS Lamp shade THB 395 SKEBY Lamp shade THB 695 EMMIE BLOM Shade THB 195 EMMIE BLOM Lamp shade THB 465           JÄRA Lamp shade THB 695   EKÅS Lamp shade THB 295
Traces of lace
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With delicate details that capture the look of lace, MÖLNDAL pendant lamp brings a touch of timeless elegance to your home. And, when the lamps are turned on, the patternwork shines through with a warm glow.
Looking on the bright side
Display of white pendant lamps with plastic layers
Braving cold, dark winters each year, the Swedes know how important it is to keep the morale up with a cosy, well-lit home to come back to. With its modern Scandinavian look, KVÄRTAR pendant lamp fits the bill when it comes to creating a bright, warming space in your home.
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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.
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