Crosswater launches debut lighting collection

Moving into bright new territory, bathroom brand Crosswater has expanded its growing product portfolio into the realm of lighting…

six ceiling lights suspended from concrete beam from the Crosswater Tranquil Lights Collection

The new Tranquil Lights collection sees the exciting introduction of illumination to the growing Crosswater product portfolio. Designed to pair effortlessly with the brand’s brassware solutions, the new collection allows for metallic accent linking across the whole bathroom. Available in three versatile designs – a Pillar, Pendant, and Halo fixture – the Tranquil Lights collection is designed to enhance the mood of every bathroom.

studio pack shot showing the different configurations and finishes of Crosswater Tranquil Lights Collection

Image credit: Crosswater

The collection is available in six of Crosswater’s metallic finishes, including Chrome, Matt Black, Brushed Brass, Brushed Stainless Steel and the new Brushed Bronze and Slate. The Tranquil Pillar Light provides a striking, unique light design that softly illuminates any bathroom space. Designed with adjustability in mind, each Tranquil Pillar Light allows the light direction to be adjusted by up to 45 degrees, provides 3000K warm light and comes fitted with a 40W LED
bulb for an effortless install. The IP44 rated lighting solution offers a versatile lighting solution for any luxury bathroom.

The design is available with both a 90-degree wall bracket and extender rods for a ceiling installation – the multi-use design can be effortlessly combined to create multiple lighting combinations for optimal mood-enhancing benefits. In addition, the Tranquil pendant light is supplied with a fitted 3W G9 dimmable bulb, ensuring that lighting can be controlled to suit the desired atmosphere.

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Main image credit: Crosswater