Any Old Lights Set to Launch Stunning New Innovation in Lighting Design
Introducing RetroFutures - an innovative new lighting range for hotels, bars and restaurants. Versatile, eco-friendly and a real talking point for your customers.
Any Old Lights, the award-winning vintage lighting company, launch their RetroFutures range at the Restuarant and Bar Design Show. Following on from their Revivals range of cast-metals lighting, based on classic designs that have disappeared from circulation, the all-new RetroFutures LED brand of accent and task lighting is aimed squarely at the hospitality market.
We can't reveal too much at the moment! But we can tell you the lighting is:
Timeless - Loosely inspired by vintage designs.
Versatile - Available in many different shapes and colours, as well as dimmable.
Eco-friendly - The range is LED-lit and runs off 12 volts.
Durable - Imminent IP tests are expected to return an IP65 rating, so RetroFutures will be perfectly suited for interior and exterior spaces. The material used will also not corrode from sea air so can be used in coastal locations.
Available in Bulk - We can provide plenty of stock at discounted trade prices within an agreed time frame.
We also have our Revivals range at the show, which takes in task lighting, accent lighting and statement pieces. Among Revivals’ most popular patterns are the Caged Aluminium Lemar Nautical Pendant Light – set off with a vintage-style light bulb – based on an obsolete 1970s ship’s wall light, and the Aluminium & Steel Nautical Pendant Light, based on a vintage Russian original. Pendant lights are particularly popular with commercial clients, ranging from rare vintage patterns by revered manufacturers such as Benjamin and Thorlux, to their Revivals patterns of old Revo and R.E.A.L pendants, available in bulk and at least half the price of vintage originals.
Designers, architects and restaurant owners come to Any Old Lights for the quality of their lighting and for the family-run business’s flexible and dedicated approach to client relationships.
Any Old Lights RetroFutures