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Ceiling LightsThey are the main source of light for a room and can transform any space into a vibrant interior, with character and ambience. With everything from flush ceiling lights and LED ceiling lights, to elegant pendant lights and crystal chandeliers, we have everything you need to bring a bit of sparkle to your home. We have kitchen ceiling lights, bathroom ceiling lights and innovative lighting solutions for every room. So you can add light and style to every part of your home.
CusackLighting.ie - A Ceiling Light Selection You Can Depend on!
Why are ceiling lights such an essential part of any room? For two main reasons. First, they provide lighting and illumination for the room. Secondly, they set the general tone for the room's space.
At their most basic functionality, ceiling lights provide a key source of functional lighting so that you’re able to see what’s going on in the room and what you’re doing. But they also have the secondary purpose of fashioning highlighted spaces, creating shadows, as well as revealing character and personality.
What all these roles mean is that getting for your room the right ceiling lights is a very vital part of your entire home’s interior styling and design.
In order to be able to perform even the simplest daily living tasks at home, all the rooms in your house require proper lighting. Whether it’s cleaning, cooking, eating, exercising or even relaxing and entertaining, you’ll need lighting.
The kind of ceiling lights you install in your home determine the kind of lighting you get to carry out all these tasks comfortably. For instance, while dimmer lights can completely transform the mood in the room, having different shades will tell a lot about your design personality.
Recessed spotlights allow you to set the right level of functional lighting as well as illuminate and highlight artwork, paintings, certain pieces of furniture or specific areas of a room. Naturally, all the rooms in a house will require ceiling lights for a certain amount of “normal” or background light.
As far as lighting the ceiling is concerned, you’ll likely treat every room in your home differently because each varies in its use and what it is. For instance, a bathroom’s ceiling lights are naturally different from those of a living room. Same to a bedroom’s, a dining room’s, a kitchen’s or the hallway’s.
At Cusack Lighting we fully understand this. We’ll provide exactly the type of ceiling lighting that each room or area of your home needs. And since you’ll be purchasing these lighting systems directly from us, we’ll offer you a lot more for a lot less than you would get from intermediary vendors!
Ceiling lights set the interior décor tone and ambience for the entire room where they’re installed. They’re a source of character as you embellish your space. They influence the finishes for both the floor and the walls. They set the right tone for the space's colours, furniture and fabrics.
Aside from ceiling lights acting as the main source of lighting for a room, if you have down-lights or spotlights installed, they can also be used to illuminate certain features so as to highlight them. These may include paintings, furniture colours or certain objects like pianos.
Looking at things from a practical point of view, ceiling lights are vital since they’re used to disperse light all around the room from the highest point, i.e. the ceiling.
Types of Ceiling Lights
- Flush-mount: Fixed to the ceiling with a very tiny or no gap.
- Semi-flush: Attached via a short stem so as to create a gap.
- Spotlights: Adjustable lights used to highlight specific parts of the room.
- Recessed Spotlights: Set into the ceiling, these lights are ideal for low ceilings.
Choosing the Right Design for Your Space
What kind of new ceiling light is in your mind right now? You have a lot of options to consider. Ask yourself: what need or functionality do I need the light to meet or fulfil? Is it just a plain ceiling light to simply light the room you’re looking for? Or are you looking for lights that can match your existing room design, style and scheme, for example, a particular couch or coffee table?
Whatever your need is, the good news is that www.CusackLighting.ie is here to help. All you need to do is simply talk to one of our customer care advisors and you’ll get all the information you need.
Some of the lighting styles we have include Tiffany, Modern, Rustic, Classic or Antique and Designer. What’s more, we feature materials such as wood, glass, fabric and nickel.
Are Our Ceiling Lights Dimmable?
Definitely! We have a wide range of dimmable lights on offer. Once you’ve settled on the right ceiling light for your need, just check its product detail page to ensure you have a dimmable if you need one.
But even if the ceiling light you want to buy isn’t dimmable, we still have dimmable light bulbs that you can use. And, if you aren’t sure how to install such a dimmer by yourself, our advisors are always eager to help. Otherwise, get a professional electrician to do it for you.
How to Install Ceiling Lights in Your HomeAll the ceiling lighting systems we sell have straightforward, step-by-step instructions about how to install them. But if you aren’t fully confident of what you’re doing, always consult a professional electrician to help.
Are Our Light Bulbs Built-in?Not all of them. But some are. Check technical specifications for each product to confirm. If the specs don’t specify any base type, then that bulb is built-in and has a projected lifespan of 20,000 to 25,000 hours. Typically, most LED lighting systems come with built-in bulbs.
How Bright Should a Ceiling Light be?Depends on a number of factors. Our ceiling lights have their brightness levels measured in “lumens”. Check the table below to see how this compares to older measurement systems like watts.
For any light you buy from us, its lumens rating will be found on the product page in the technical specs. Also, note that most LED ceiling lights used today aren’t those cold blue versions they used to be in the past. Modern LEDs come in warmer, more neutral lighting and are highly energy-efficient.
Are There Any Sensor-Controlled Ceiling Lights Available?
Definitely! CusackLighting.ie stocks a wide variety of sensor-controlled lighting systems. We have those ceiling lights that automatically switch on and off thus don’t need any switches. These are ideal for garages and doorways, or on a hallway where you may not be able to switch them on because you’re carrying stuff. We have all kinds of sensor lights for you.
Are Your Ceiling Lights Fire-Rated?Yes, they are! All the lighting systems we stock comply with the EU norm DIN-EN-60598-1. If you need further details regarding our certification and compliance, please talk to one of our customer service advisors. We’ll be glad to give all the answers to your queries.
Rely on Cusack Lighting with over 10000 products, we can cater for all your home lighting needs.
Our huge collection of lighting pieces include ceiling lights are here, chandeliers are here, flush lights are here, kitchen & island lights are here, track lights are here, crystal chandeliers are here, nature-inspired stylish pendant lights are here, beautiful lanterns are here, spotlights are here and LED ceiling lights are here).
Bathroom lighting is here, wall lights are here, decorative wall lights are here, wall spotlights are here, picture lights are here, mirror lights are here and LED wall lights are here, table and floor lights are here, including table lamps here, portable floor lamps are here, touch lamps are here, LED table lamps are here and LED floor lamps are here.
Outdoor lighting is here including garden lights are here, outdoor wall lights are here, outdoor porch lights are here, decking and pathway lights are here, bollard and post lights are here and outdoor LED lights are here.
Our lighting brands include Eglo from Germany, the stylish Italian Ideal Lux range, Fumagalli also from Varese in Italy, Maytoni, a brand from Germany, Searchlight from Manchester in England, CLS from here in Ireland, Dundalk Lighting also from Ireland and Franklite from the UK.