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Bathroom Lighting


Flairlight Chelsom


This stunning bathroom mirror can be made of either steel or die cast aluminum, it is finished in polished chrome with mirrored and frosted glass. The unit is IP44 rated complete with a shaver socket. It can be supplied with an optional de-mister pad and be produced in custom sizes, made to order. T: +44 (0) 1253 831400 W: www.chelsom.co.uk


Flairlight have recently launched a New Product Selector – a pioneering application that introduces users on understanding each application, and why and how to achieve their dream lighting effect. With over 300 products available, the product selector is “better than the traditional catalogue”, according to Mike Eddowes, founder of Flairlight, as it offers a detailed explanation on why each application is used and proposes how to achieve a desired effect. T: +44 (0)1372 807 661 W: www.flairlight.co.uk


Universal Fibre Optics A unique feature of fibre optic lighting is its ability to illuminate a number of points from one light source.


One of the best demonstrations of this is shown in star effect ceilings and floors. Extremely difficult to achieve with conventional lighting methods, fibre optics make it easy to implement this stunning feature in almost any location, indoors or out. Universal Fibre Optics supply a range of fittings which can be used to provide star effects in ceilings, floors and almost any other surface. T: +44 (0) 1890 883416 W: www.universal-fibre-optics.com


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