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by | Sep 29, 2021

Lighting has so many new choices why would you choose rows of downlights or even be restricted by a range of fittings in a catalogue?

The NEW “Custom Build” range of LED lighting by Secret Lighting offers you light that is every time unique to you and your home …without the “designer” price tag.

Known for integrating light into the walls, ceiling and even floors…Secret Lighting now allows the same light to flow seamlessly from walls or ceilings and across open space…from wall light to pendant it is the same fluid structure, purposely joining the architecture.

Small, minimal yet powerful, NEW “Custom Build”  by Secret Lighting will transform your project. 

Join us at The Grand Designs Live , NEC 6th to 10th October to see our interactive displays, exciting new ideas for yourself.

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Secret Lighting is a world leading creator of bespoke homes designed with light and intelligence.

For three decades, we have been redefining the integration of light into the very fabric of architecture, creating the innovative, beautiful and spectacular homes.

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