This octi 6 light ceiling light from Litecraft is finished in black chrome and features stunning octagonal cut glass shades on a beautifully crafted curved frame. This contemporary ceiling light would make a wonderful addition to any room.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by swassall Good quality lights
We recently bought these for our lounge after a long search for simple, yet modern lights
We needed two lights for our lounge and these fit the bill
They arrived by Debenhams delivery in very good condition, well packaged
Were fairly easy to put up and worked well on a dimmer switch, once all bulbs had been inserted
The only slight fault I would pick with them, is the screws to secure the main light to the ceiling fitting are bright silver chrome, despite the lights being black chrome so to the keen eye, they are visible
Otherwise, fantastic lights that every visitor to our house has commented on
Rated 5 out of 5Â by wewe better than expected
Excellent light. Has really made a difference in my living room. Good buy.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by melyoung absolutely love it
The light is fantastic, it makes the room look so bright and its looks great.
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