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Wooden ceiling light

Let your rooms shine with a natural glow with a warm light source - both square and round wooden ceiling lights bring rustic elegance to your roof for a special attractiveness. As robust as a tree in the forest, they create a rustic and at the same time inviting atmosphere, because with these lamps the ambience quickly becomes a ray of light from nature. Our large selection offers you highly functional ceiling lights that are carved from the best wood for many styles.

Wooden ceiling lights for different styles

Wooden ceiling lights give any room a warm, natural look that is calming and stylish at the same time. The unique grain and texture of the wood gives the room an individual touch that fits harmoniously into different furnishing styles:

  • Boho: In a boho setting, wooden ceiling lights create a relaxed, creative atmosphere with their natural texture and earthy color nuances.
  • Industrial: Combined with metal elements, industrial-style wooden ceiling lights emphasize the raw, unpolished aesthetic and bring warmth to an otherwise cool look.
  • Classic: For classic interiors, these lights offer a timeless elegance that enriches the room with their fine grain and warm appearance.
  • Country house: In country house style, they create a cozy, homely atmosphere that is reminiscent of traditional craftsmanship and rural idyll.
  • Modern: In modernly designed rooms, these lamps form an interesting contrast to minimalist design and bring an organic, lively component into play.
  • Retro: Retro-inspired wooden ceiling lights celebrate the design of past decades and add a touch of vintage charm to the room with their nostalgic shape and patina.

For which room is a wooden ceiling light best suited?

If you choose a wooden ceiling light, you should pay attention to which room you install it in, as damp environments such as the kitchen or bathroom can damage the wood. To avoid this, you should choose models made of treated wood or regularly apply a protective layer of varnish.

In the living room, a single wooden lamp quickly becomes a central style element that radiates naturalness and warmth and creates a cozy, inviting atmosphere. That's why these lamps are ideal for the hallway and cloakroom, where they make a strong first impression.

If you want a calming atmosphere, you can also install a wooden light on the ceiling of your bedroom. This creates a relaxing atmosphere and can contribute to a good night's sleep. But even if you want to work quietly and with concentration, a wooden ceiling light creates an inspiring environment in the study that supports productive work.

Ceiling lights made of wood and with LED: advantages at a glance

Wooden ceiling lights combined with modern LED technology are an efficient and aesthetically pleasing lighting solution. An innovative LED ceiling lamp combines the natural warmth of wood with the energy efficiency and longevity of LEDs. This results in many advantages for everyday use:

  1. Longevity: LED lamps have a significantly longer lifespan, meaning they need to be replaced less often and save costs in the long term.
  2. Low heat generation: Since these light sources generate very little heat, they also pose a lower fire risk to the high-quality wood.
  3. Improved light quality: LED light comes in different color temperatures, so that the lighting can be adjusted to the desired ambience in combination with different wood looks.
  4. Diverse design options: The flexibility in design with LEDs and different wood looks enables a variety of creative and attractive designs.
  5. Environmentally friendly: They do not contain pollutants such as mercury and reduce CO2 emissions through lower energy consumption.

Buy wooden ceiling light online in the ETC shop

Refresh your home's lighting with the rustic look of versatile wooden ceiling lights. Each model adds a touch of naturalness and elegance to your home, perfectly tailored to your individual design wishes. If you are still in the shadows and have questions about the selection, we would be happy to explain the way between the different models - please do not hesitate to contact us!

Frequently asked Questions

Are wooden ceiling lights dimmable?

A dimmable ceiling lamp is also available in a wooden version, which allows the light intensity to be flexibly adjusted. This is particularly advantageous in living and sleeping areas to vary the atmosphere as needed. Depending on the light source, you can dim several light colors such as warm white, neutral white, cool white light and many more for a sensual appearance.

Which protection class should I choose for wooden ceiling lights?

When choosing the protection class, the location of use should be taken into account in particular: For dry interior spaces such as living rooms and bedrooms, a luminaire with protection class IP20 is usually sufficient, as it protects against solid foreign bodies larger than 12 mm. In wet rooms such as kitchens or covered outdoor areas, at least IP44 should be selected to ensure protection against splash water from all sides. For bathrooms or other damp interiors, higher protection classes such as IP65, which protect against jets of water, are recommended to guarantee the safety and function of the light.

How to properly install and maintain the wooden ceiling lamp to extend its service life?

To mount your copy securely on the ceiling, properly follow the steps in the included instruction manual and turn off the power first. The maintenance of the lights is usually limited to regular dust removal and, if necessary, treating the wood with suitable protective varnishes or oils to protect the material from moisture and wear.

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