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Where can I find the best lighting shop in Singapore ?

By Lights&Co. Team
on June 19, 2015

Balestier Lighting Shop

Lightings are the most essential in a home as without them, you won't get to see anything at all. But that's not all, lightings set the ambience, mood and theme in your living space as well. In Singapore, the most common go to places for lights are often stretches along Balestier, Jalan Besar or Geylang. However more often than not, you find yourself perspiring while trying to cover as many lighting shops as possible to find creative and innovative lighting inspirations. All the shops sell similar lightings although some carry a wider range of designs. But the question is how do you know you got the best deal for yourself? The answer is you won't get to know it unless you have been to all the shops to compare the prices. 

Pushy sales persons

Chances are when you enter a lighting shop, you might end up buying a way overpriced item. Competition is strife in these areas as most sales persons get a commission for selling you a product. They tend to give you a "good" discount on their heavily marked up prices and you do feel compelled to get something afterwards.

Shop around 

Yup we know there are so many lighting shops to choose from so how do you narrow down your selection? The answer is to do your homework online, research and sieve out those shops that have the most complaints. Some shops give commissions to the interior designers and contractors and such costs are passed on to the consumers. Of course the IDs and contractors are the ones who are ultimately responsible for the outcome of your place hence there is a lingering obligation to go along with their suggestions. 


Most lights come with no warranty or limited warranty. Make sure you check with the shops before you commit to the purchase. You usually get 6 months warranty on LED track lights and down lights. 


If you walk into a lighting shop, you will find prices attached to their products but do take note that the prices stated are before you enquire further or ask for discounts. Hence if you do not bargain hard, be prepared to pay a high price for your lights. If possible, narrow down your selections early so you can compare the prices easily. Right here at Lights&Co., we not only offer transparent pricing but also the best value on our products. As we operate online, there are no hefty rental costs or sales commissions to pay, hence the savings are passed on directly to you. Notwithstanding that, most of our products are backed with warranty to assure you that you are getting a quality product from us. Shop our entire range of collections at 


Positive review on our lightings!

By Lights&Co. Team
on June 16, 2015

"Thank you so much for the lovely experience! You were very patient and helpful with my many questions. I bought 5 lights and they were excellent! Delivery was super prompt too! Thank you so much!" - Customer @ Hillview on 16 June 2015


Essential Lighting Tips - Home Foyer Area

By Lights&Co. Team
on June 10, 2015

The foyer area is usually the first space you see when you enter. As the saying goes, the first impression counts. Brighten up the space with a light that draws people in, you could go fancy with a chandelier or keep things simple with a well-design pendant light. Additionally, remember to keep it within the theme of your entire space (ie: scandinavian, industrial or minimalist) to avoid giving the whole place a confused look.

If you have pictures or a collection, we recommend you to install track lights to showcase them else our beautiful pendant lightings can be the centrepiece and equally own that space. 

Speak to us for more ideas, simply email the team at or shop our lighting collection at  

Positive review on our lights!

By Lights&Co. Team
on June 07, 2015

"Seller is fast respond and very friendly! Best price in town and worth buying! I will buy more from this seller as no point buying from overseas" - Customer @ Clementi on 7 June 2015

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