Blog: Introducing Elstead Lighting

Elstead Lighting are one of the leading manufacturers and distributors of residential lighting in the UK. The brand was established at the Forge in Elstead Village in 1967. A mere four years later it expanded and moved to Alton. This is a location they still use for the manufacturing of a vast proportion of the brands interior collection.

 

The Business

Now the family run business has manufacturing facilities of over 8000 square metres across two separate sites. Nearing one hundred dedicated staff make up the team. As of 2012, a subsidiary in Poland focused on sales and distribution facilities within the European market.

 

The Mission

Elstead specialise in bringing classic influences of design and style to life for both residential and decorative settings. The company proudly handcraft their products using expertly honed traditional techniques. Embracing new technologies alongside this long-standing expertise, Elstead position themselves and their distinctive designs at the forefront of the industry.

 

The Ambition

Creators of one of the leading outdoor collections of luxury lighting, the brand name is synonymous with strength and endurance. Distributing everything from popular lighting solutions to professional architectural products, Elstead Lighting constantly push to provide for all markets.

 

The Network

As well as creating and distributing their own designs, Elstead Lighting is partnered with a number of large American companies. These include Feiss, Hinkley, Quoizel and Flambeau). They strive to bring the best designs to a worldwide audience.

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