Jim Lawrence launches commercial lighting range
Jim Lawrence has added the Professional Collection to its range of handcrafted lighting and accessories for trade customers.
The company has worked with customers such as Macdonald Hotels, the Devere Group and the Cotswold Inns and Hotel Group to meet the needs of hospitality operators.
The wall lights, flush-fitting lights, pendants and table and standard lamps are offered in a range of finishes - such as antiqued brass, old gold, beeswax, verdigris or ivory - and in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours.
The Jim Lawrence range also includes switches, sockets, curtain poles and furnishings, helping customers and designers find the most suitable fingerplate or stair rod.
For hospitality outlets looking for a unique lighting design, perhaps to fit in with current furniture/decor or the period style of the property, Jim Lawrence's in-house designers can work alongside customers to create a bespoke light fitting to suit the setting.
In addition, a dedicated team produces lampshades to order, even using clients' own fabrics.
The Professional Collection features items such as emergency lighting, fire-exit signage, personalised finger plates and a selection of fixtures and fittings.
The company also offers a variety of 'finishing-touches' items, such as log baskets, fire companion sets, occasional tables and picture lights.
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