Whether you are looking for a ceiling light or a table lamp, lighting not only brightens your space but also able to make a difference in your surrounding. While you can find plenty of lighting shops in Singapore alone, here are the Top 10 list below that you might want to check them out.
1) THREE CUBES – Singapore
Threecubes made its debut in 2012 as a retail outlet in Siglap Centre. Since then, they gradually introduced an online platform while still retaining their physical store for customers who prefer to shop the traditional way. Apart from carrying reputable lighting brands like MEGAMAN and Philips, Threecubes also stocked their own in-house range where every lamp is made by hands using only natural and sustainable materials.
2) Light Phase Singapore Pte Ltd
Established in 1991, Light Phase specialises in supplying architectural, decorative and commercial lighting fixtures for local and international markets. They also provide various services such as customisations of lighting fixtures, as well as digital design and planning of a lighting layout. At Light Phase, you can find branded lighting fixtures such as Keonn Luminaire, Osram and Vossloh Schwabe.
3) Shiok Lighting
The owners behind Shiok Lighting, which was founded in 2013, understands the high standard of living in Singapore does come with a hefty cost. Which is why their range of lighting products is reasonably priced to suit every budget. If you are looking for lamps, rest assured they have ready stocks at their disposal.
4) Millie Watt Singapore
Millie Watt specialises in providing ready-stock LED Flame Emulation Bulbs, which is said to be the cheapest in Singapore. Their bulbs, which produces an actual flame-like effect minus the appearance of fumes, are ideal for every setting. That includes home, restaurants, pubs and even for a wedding event. You can place your order by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their Facebook page for more info.
5) Northstar Studio
Shopping for lighting fixtures tend to be costly, especially if you are looking for high-quality products. But this isn’t the case for Northstar Studio. Whether you are searching for pendant lights or wall lamps, you can rest assured that their products are particularly affordable. Visit their Carousell page to view their products for more info.
Founded in 2008 by William Poon, GLOS offers a wide range of indoor and outdoor luminaires for both personal and commercial uses. Some of their past lighting projects include Ramada Hotel, Maserati Showroom in Leng Kee Road and One Raffles Place.
7) Home First Lighting
LED is what they know best at Home First Lighting. In fact, you can basically find all kinds of LED fixtures such as ceiling lights, downlights, spotlights, pendant lights and bulbs. They also provide a free-of-charge consultation as well as lighting installation services. You can visit their showroom by appointment at +65 6710 7994 to check out their actual products at Primz BizHub in Woodlands Close.
8) L&H Lighting
L&H Lighting is all about high-quality lights, regardless of hanging lights, ceiling lights and even table lamps. Their product range emphasises heavily on contemporary design, which is particularly suitable for today’s modern homes. L&H Lighting also offers promotional items from time to time, so do keep an eye on their website.
This Singapore-based Lighting Shop sourced most of their lighting products from Europe, Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong. You can even engage them to have your lighting specially customised to your liking. Contact them at (+65) 6536-1035/37 or you can email them at email@example.com for more info.
Lights&Co. promises affordability and competitive prices, given their benefit of online-only business presence. Their collections are also extensive, ranging everything from LED ceiling lights to Scandinavian lighting fixtures. A complimentary delivery service is provided for orders above $250.
That’s not all! More Top 10s in Singapore are waiting to be discovered!
The compilation of this list was made from accumulation of Public Votes at TallyPress.com.