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With everyone spending more time than usual in their homes, it’s important to find new ways to create a calming place for you to work and relax. We have put together a full list of all our DIY lights that don’t require an electrician to install.
With everyone spending more time than usual in their homes, it’s important to find new ways to create a calming place for you to work and relax.
We have put together a full list of all our DIY lights that don’t require an electrician to install.
Innovative plug-in wall and reading lights for your home. Install anywhere without complicated wiring.
Plug & Play
Connectable garden lighting. Simply choose your lights, connect them together and plug them in.
Collectively in the UK, we love a bit of home DIY – sales of decorating and DIY products are estimated to have topped £7 billion! Although many of us are practiced at painting, lighting has typically been something we are less confident at doing, and when you consider the potential for disaster when playing with electricity, it isn’t really surprising. Getting an electrician in to install lighting for you is something that tends to be put low on the list of priorities when decorating, and may never end up being done at all. And that’s sad, because lighting is one of the ways to really show off the best features in your home! Luckily, lighting manufacturers have realised this, and there are now loads of different ways to install lighting quickly, easily, and without needing to call your local electrician.
Many homes have made use of lamps and decorative lighting such as fairy lights for years as a way to add extra light to a room without needing an electrician, but there are now plenty of wall lights and ceiling lights that are simple to fit, and plug directly into a power socket. Our range of indoor DIY lighting contains a huge number of lighting options that take a matter of minutes to install, with both plug-in and battery operated options. That means that lighting up artwork, the inside of wardrobes and underneath cabinets is simple, with LED lighting that doesn’t require a lot of power.
When you’re looking for DIY lights for outside the home, low voltage garden lighting is a must, and they are so easy to install. Simply choose your lights, connect them together and plug in! Solar powered lighting is also a great option. As solar power technology has improved, so have solar powered garden lights – and these are some of the easiest lights to install. Whether you choose stake lights to line a path or a driveway, you want wall lights for outside your home, or you’re brightening up an area of your garden for summer evenings, the main thing you’ll need to ensure is that there is adequate sunlight on the charger panel during the day.