A striking addition to the St Ives range is the St Ives Bay Light. With a shiny exterior, the light has been dipped in molten zinc after production which gives it the Hot Dipped Galvanised finish. This ensures the light if fully weatherproof and will not rust even in coastal locations.
The name stems from conventional High Bay lighting used in commercial buildings and premises. These are usually ceiling fittings, so Garden Trading chose to create a wall mounted version in the same style. The design brings an industrial approach to outdoor lighting for the home, which is a main element of the St Ives range.
The St Ives Bay Light features a dome shaped shade with a diameter of 32cm. This generous fitting is fixed in position and would look eye-catching singularly or in a duo either side of a doorway. With its Hot Dipped Galvanised finish, the appearance of roughness and 'runs' are an intrinsic part of the product. This light is a must-have for when you look to update your outdoor lighting
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