A modern spotlight is the main light source in a room and is a practical and efficient way to fill an entire room with bright light. The following page displays our vast range of modern Spotlights that vary in shape, size, colour and material. Discover singular, Duo & Triple Ceiling Spotlights and Quadruple lights below.
Modern Ceiling Spotlights in Multiple Finishes and Designs, Unique Ceiling Spotlights
Effectively illuminate your room or light up a point of interest with our designer & modern Ceiling Spotlights. Adjustable ceiling spotlights let you direct the light wherever you want it. You could light up an impactful painting, beautiful ornaments on a shelf or your book collection, for example. You show off your favourite things and the reflected light adds atmosphere to the room, too. The above selection of modern Ceiling Spotlights have been specifically designed to provide ample illumination for every room in your home or interior design project. Spotlights are ideal if you have very low ceilings as the lights are flush (or nearly flush) to the ceiling resulting in ample space yet functional light. The numerous headed Ceiling Spotlights above are ideal if you have very limited ambient light in your room or none at all. Many of the above contemporary Ceiling Spotlights by Original BTC, Dutchbone, Davey Lighting, Zuiver, Naken Interiors feature manoeuvrable light heads that you can easily twist and turn to direct the light where you wish making for the perfect Kitchen and Dining Room Ceiling Spotlights or Hallway lights. Alternatively, Original BTC and GANT Lights have designed singular Fixed Ceiling Spotlights that disperse a downward facing light which will effectively illuminate your room when placed in the centre of the ceiling. Discover our complete Lighting portfolio via our dedicated Lighting category page. Using ceiling spotlights is a modern and attractive way of lighting your rooms, but in style and with a history that goes back further than we might realise. Back in 1879, spotlights were invented bu Louis Hartmann from America and was originally used within the theatrical environment, but adapted for the home and commercial areas perfectly for ceiling lighting.