Wall Lighting

Wall lights or wall sconces make a significant feature in the room and can produce both ambient light and accent light depending on the lighting fixture chosen and its positioning. Selected for their suitability as bed lamps that are fixed to the wall so guests cannot accidentally knock them over, they also free up bedside table space. When mounted at head height, wall lights offer fantastic effects.

Gibson Wall Lamp
210mm x 210mm x 100mm
Price: $69.43
Toll Wall Lamp
175mm x 80mm x 125mm
Price: $91.28
Kibo Wall Lamp
175mm x 80mm x 125mm
Price: $95.38

Helpful Hints

Lights are required for each sleeping position to award maximum points. A single light over a double bed will not attract full points. Bed lamps should provide appropriate light distribution for adjacent sleeping positions eg: reading in bed. This can be determined by ensuring the light beam does not extend past half of the bed. Bed lamps must be provided to each sleeping position for points to be awarded for appropriate light distribution.

Bed lamps should be conveniently placed with switches located within arms length of each sleeping position. Switches which operate individual lights/lamps are required to allow guests independent control over light operation. Switches must be provided to each sleeping position for points to be awarded.

The use of lamps and decorative lighting to create depth and space along with task lighting for desks and bedside tables will be considered as not only functional lighting but also as a decor element.