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Vintage and Retro Style Wall Lights

Vintage and retro homeware trends have seen a revival in recent years with many people opting to incorporate unique elements into their home. The individuality of vintage-inspired design offers a charming and interesting touch to modern interiors. Some lighting design has opted for restored vintage pieces whilst other items offer a modern twist to retro creations. Whatever your tastes and preferences, there is a range of spectacular vintage and retro style wall lights available to update any home.

Funky Design

Vintage and retro-inspired lighting is the ideal opportunity to experiment with quirky design and unique interior items. There is plenty of inspiration from reworked industrial style wall hanging lights to antique lanterns just waiting to be discovered. The unique look also fits with a range of interior décor from traditionally inspired homes to chic, minimalist style. There are also funky lighting options including pipe wall lamps, sconce lighting and retro wooden designs.

Subtle Style

Wall lights provide a room with subtle lighting and can create pockets of light to open up an area. Choosing a vintage and retro style wall light gives you an ideal opportunity to experiment with a range of lighting features. Small statement lights such as industrial look wrought iron pendant lights or rustic spotlight styles give you subtle lighting options in a room yet create a talking point with funky design. Vintage and retro wall lights can also be used in outdoor spaces too with antique, vintage, retro and industrial style options to suit your preferences.

Decorative Filaments

To complement vintage lighting, exposed and decorative filaments are a popular choice for unique installations. The unusual bulbs and detailed bulb filament create a statement look in any room. The exposed style also works perfectly with other vintage lighting options including lamps, ceiling lights and desk lights.

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