Furnishing your home without the help of an interior designer can be a daunting task. What with the many lighting stores peppering the island. If you’ve got a good idea of the kind of light fixtures you want in your home and are not one to trawl the streets for good finds, sifting through catalogues and making your purchases online can save you a pretty penny.
From industrial-style collections with exposed bulbs and wire cages to eclectic designer lamps, here are eight reputed lighting stores in Singapore that’ll help you get the job done.
Adler Pendant Lamp ($559) and the Onda Pendant Lamp ($259)
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For a statement piece that’ll reflect a quirky personality, you’ll be able to pick one up from etch&bolts. They have lighting fixtures that are totally out-of-this-world, resembling solar systems, a line of origami birds sitting on a wire, and even a brain!
Wall-mounted and pendant bedside table lighting options ($149 and $189, respectively)
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It’s a given that they’ve got lamps in just about every shape and form. Bonus, if you’re looking to do a bit more than lighting work, you can check out their customisable furniture section as well.
Address: 135 Joo Seng Road, #02-01/02/03, Singapore 368363
Opening hours: 11AM-8PM, Daily
Telephone: 6386 4721
Screed’s industrial-style lamp collection (from $45)
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Screed Lighting is an online lighting company creating lamps that take after the familiar, everyday object. These objects are then transformed into lighting fixtures suitable for the contemporary home.
Screed has collections like industrial and modern-Scandi. Essentially, you’ll find everything from rugged-looking lighting fixtures with industrial piping and exposed wires to art deco-style wall-mounted lamps to evoke that Great Gatsby glam.
Modern-Scandi pieces include the Madhatter Pendant Lamp (from $218) and Carsten Dimpled Cheeks Wall Lamp ($178)
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While they don’t have a physical showroom, you can make an appointment to visit their office at Lavender to engage their consulting services. This also means that you’ll be getting lower markups for their products too. On top of that, they also offer a sourcing service to find lamps that you might have seen in a catalogue but can’t find anywhere else.
Address: 52 Horne Road, Singapore 209071
Opening hours: 6100 1680
Telephone: Mon – Fri 9AM-6PM (Closed on Saturdays & Sundays)
3. Verde Light
Trimless Linear Light and customisable LED ceiling lights (from $30 per metre)
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Verde Light’s speciality lies in ceiling track lights that have a modular lighting system, letting you add contrasting lines in your home beyond regular track lighting systems. These recessed track lights are wide-angled and customisable, meaning you can use these accent lights to sufficiently illuminate any space without the need for additional task or low lights.
LARIAT by Ferroluce ($1878) and BELLA by Panzeri (from $880)
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Verde Light also plays stockist for prominent brands like Vistosi, Ferroluce, and Panzeri. For one, light pieces by Ferroluce take on a colourful approach, perfect for Jungalow or eclectic-themed homes.
Address: 161 Lavender Street, Singapore 338750
Opening hours: 10.30AM-8.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 6298 0027
4. KLITE Concept
Rose Gold Ball Hanging Light ($160)
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KLITE Concept is one of the more affordable lighting stores which also offers a year’s warranty on their products. They’ve got a collection of rose gold lights for that K-drama apartment aesthetic or touch of the rose gold elegance.
Discounted prices for BTO packages
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If you’re about to be homeowners of a spanking new BTO, there are special discounts for lighting packages, including free installations just for BTOs. From $450, KLITE has packages for 3- to 5-room BTOs, and you can pick from themes like Scandinavian or Crystal.
Address: 71 Woodlands Industrial Park E9, #01-06 Wave 9, Singapore 757048
Opening hours: 12PM-7PM, Daily
Telephone: 6266 0456
5. Horizon Lights
Gold Propeller Chandelier ($232) and Postmodern Stainless Steel Chandelier ($600)
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Horizon Lights has received positive reviews from customers, granting them status as one of the top lighting stores in Singapore. The showroom is situated nearby Macpherson MRT, making it pretty accessible for viewing their products.
Chandeliers are not just for homes going for that ultra luxe look. Horizon Lights retails a variety of peculiar yet modern variants that provide ambient lighting, all while retaining the bold look. Adding these unique pieces will lighten the load on furnishing the rest of your home.
Waterproof lamps suitable for outdoors and the bathroom ($91 and $52, respectively)
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Should you want to jazz up your yard or balcony area, Horizon Lights also has a collection of outdoor lights that will withstand the erratic Singapore weather. These hardy lamps are waterproof and some are even solar-powered, so you’ll be able to save plenty on electricity costs.
Address: 160 Paya Lebar Road, #06-06 Orion @ Paya Lebar, Singapore 409022
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 9AM-6PM, Sat 11AM-6PM (Closed on Sundays & Public Holidays)
Telephone: 6338 3767
6. Home First
MUJI-style ceiling lights (prices for lamps pictured are from $95)
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Another reputable lighting store, Home First, has its showroom set in the deeper recesses of Woodlands. If you’re looking to furnish the Japandi way, these minimalist oak and bamboo ceiling lights would be the perfect finishing touch.
ECO-AirX ceiling fans in natural wood colours ($529)
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If you’re one for maximising the utility of appliances, look no further. Home First supplies an array of ceiling fan brands like Alaska and Crestar that carry in-built lights, serving up both multi-purpose and aesthetics.
To complete the MUJI aesthetic, pick out a matching ECO-AirX fan in a natural wood finish.
Address: 21 Woodlands Close, #05-07 Primz Bizhub, Singapore 737854
Opening hours: Mon – Tue, Thu – Fri 9AM-7PM, Wed 9AM-4PM, Sat & Sun 10.30AM-6.30PM (Closed on Public Holidays)
Telephone: 6710 7994
7. Million Lighting
Kabuki Floor Lamp by Kartell ($1950). Yes, that is a lamp.
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With accolades like Mediacorp and PARKROYAL on Pickering projects under their belt, Million Lighting has rightfully earned the title of a trusted lighting supplier. Aside from large-scale projects, Million Lighting also supplies lights suitable for the cosy abode. Some of these premium light brands include LZF and Kartell.
Minimikado and ORBIT by LZF (pre-order only)
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For the unacquainted, LZF marries the Mediterranean with nature, resulting in origami-style lamps. On the other hand, Kartell ventures towards chic Italian design. This puts Million Lighting on the list of stores to hit up for those looking to furnish their designer home with statement lighting fixtures that’ll captivate guests.
Address: 203 Kallang Bahru, Million Building, Singapore 339340
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 9AM-6.30PM (Closed on Saturdays & Sundays)
Telephone: 6743 2033
8. Lights & Co.
GRANDEUR Modern LED Pendant Light ($229)
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For homeowners on a budget, another online lighting store that brings economical options is Lights & Co.. Their range of products is a play on textures and shapes, all while keeping things contemporary and chic.
KUE Minimalist Wall Lamp and CALLIO Minimalist Hanging Light
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From Nordic to minimalist styles, they’ve got lighting that’ll add an urban touch to your home. You’ll be able to score pieces resembling designer fixtures like the CALLIO Minimalist Hanging Light (from $125). The KUE Minimalist Wall Lamp (From $128) is a one-of-a-kind piece bringing the ambient glows from an eclipse straight to your bedroom.
Lighting stores and suppliers in Singapore
Whether you’re a new homeowner starting a renovation from scratch or looking for a reliable replacement, the type of lighting we choose for our homes shouldn’t come from a shady place.
Even without the help of IDs, rest assured you’ll have an ease of mind checking out the fixtures from these lighting stores. Plus, it’s certain they’ll be the centre of attention during your next gathering.
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