Bespoke lighting from Christopher Hyde

    Christopher Hyde Lighting is renowned for their traditional designs and have now started to develop more contemporary ranges.

    Providing lighting for a wide range of interiors is what Christopher Hyde excels in doing. Their handmade lights have been installed across the world, from country cottages to Royal Palaces. In many of their ranges Christopher Hyde can offer hand finished options as standard, allowing their client the finish they require to compliment the interior décor in the project. Many architects and designers approach the company to produce bespoke designs. Using their artisan skills they are able to manufacture almost anything their client desires. As experts in manufacturing of cast fixtures including creations of low wax cast decorative details Christopher Hyde produce exquisite designs. To ensure the best quality and short lead times the majority of the suppliers are located in Europe.

    In keeping with changes within the lighting industry Christopher Hyde offers advanced LED technology including integral and retrofit energy saving light sources; emergency lighting; and various dimming alternatives.

    Why not take the opportunity to visit the London showroom to see many of the ranges and to discuss any projects with an expert.

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