The David Hunt pendant collection features an array of different designs, but focuses strongly on the industrial design in their new catalogue. With the industrial, vintage appearance still going strong, the British manufacturers have expanded their range to cater for the high demand.



With David Hunt Being a long established English company, first established in Birmingham in the 1800s, who better to create a British made product, starring old industrial elements and designs which were once regularly installed up and down the country in factories and workshops. With an extensive range of designs, styles and sizes available, not to mention their ability to make bespoke products, David Hunt and the industrail designs are a perfect match. They also work with Farrow And Ball and Marston And Laninger allowing you to have more a less any of their pendants finished in any of their paint colourings to match your properties interior styling.  



For example we recently have has a couple of customers desperate to match their kitchen’s interior walls. One customer opted for a couple of the stunning Utility pendants, finished in Farrow And Ball’s Moles Breath paint, whilst another client of ours opted for a a few of the small Shoreditch pendants, with Farrow And Ball Railings outer and Worsted inner, to create a stunning effect. These are just of couple of examples where David Hunt Lighting come up trumps and provide a unique service which is found few and far between.




We mentioned the David Hunt Utility and Shoreditch pendants above, these are just a couple of several outstanding designs they have on offer. Amongst their wonderful collection they also feature the ever popular Station Range, Euston Range, Reclamation  range and Foundry pendant – which is just stunning. Not all of the David Hunt pendants are purely industrial, they also offer several timeless, rustic designs perfect for fitting in country homes, barn conversions and traditional properties. They have been based in the Costwold town of Shipston-On-Stour for a long period now and their Costwold heritage shines through with many of their products such as the wooden 3 light Aspen fitting, which is a must for many craving that rustic appearance over a kitchen island or dining room table.



They also boast stylish options such as the Badger, Duxford, Yeats, Stowe, Chiswick and Fairfax ranges just to name a few. With the majority of David Hunt lighting products being British manufactured, its is unusual that they have introduced a new range into their catalogue, which goes by the name of the Vidro. This pendant range involves glasses which are hand made in Portugal, available in Light green, clear or smoked glassware, available in both large and small sizing. This range adds a real sense of uniqueness, and styling to many interior settings. They also boast a matching table lamp collection to this range which has also proved extremely popular.



You probably get the idea now that David Hunt offer wonderful precision, quality and design and are proud of product despatched out of their Cotswold base. We have worked with David Hunt for many years, as we have been established since 1947 and we are thrilled to deal with them and continue working alongside them.



There are several pendant designs I haven’t even mentioned, so if you get the chance pop into our Staffordshire showroom of check out the range at www.wtlighting.co.uk now.