DIY Lights


Make a statement with lamps, decorative lighting and batten fix lights, illuminating your space with personal flair.

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In Australia, the DIY trend extends to home and garden décor, including lighting. DIY lighting fixtures are fixtures that individuals design, create, or put together on their own, without the need for professional help like an electrician. A diverse selection of fashionable and reasonably priced DIY lights can be found, which can be easily installed without requiring a licensed electrician. This offers an affordable and uncomplicated method to enhance the lighting in your home, making it particularly suitable for renters or aspiring interior designers who wish to update their space's appearance regularly.




LED Batten Lights

LED battens are bar lights that are mounted on surfaces and are typically intended for use in areas like laundries and garages, where practicality and high light output are essential. In contrast to older fluorescent battens, LED batten lights now offer a more visually appealing design and, in most cases, a slimmer profile. The light output is quite comparable, while the lifespan of LED battens is longer.


Batten Fix Lights

A batten fix light refers to a ceiling-mounted light fixture that can be either a long, linear light or come with a variety of light shade styles such as ball, bell, rectangular, round, or dome shapes.


These DIY (do-it-yourself) fittings serve as decorative shades specifically designed to cover a batten fix and enhance the aesthetics of your room.


The key advantage of these DIY fittings is that they can be easily installed without the need for an electrician, allowing you to save money, as long as there is an existing batten fix in place.


To install a DIY fitting onto a batten fix, you can follow three straightforward steps:


(i) Unscrew the sleeve located at the bottom of the batten fix.

(ii) Slide the DIY fitting into position.

(iii) Screw the sleeve back on to securely hold the DIY fitting in place.


String Lights

Experience the enchantment of string lights, a captivating form of DIY lighting. Comprising a string or wire adorned with numerous small bulbs or LEDs evenly spaced along its length, these lights serve as delightful decorative elements, evoking a whimsical and magical atmosphere.


String lights come in an array of shapes, sizes, and hues, offering a versatile range of options. The bulbs themselves can be traditional incandescent ones or the more energy-efficient LED lights, which have gained popularity in recent times. LED string lights are favoured for their lower energy consumption, extended lifespan, and safety features like reduced heat emission.


Embracing versatility, these lights can be utilized indoors and outdoors. While they grace festive occasions like Christmas, New Year's Eve, and weddings, their charm extends throughout the year, enhancing outdoor patios, gardens, and bedrooms. String lights can be draped gracefully along walls, wound around trees or plants, suspended from ceilings, or strung along fences, weaving an enchanting tapestry of luminosity and delight.


Solar Lights

Embark on a journey into the world of DIY lighting with solar lights, a versatile and environmentally friendly option. Solar lights offer a diverse selection, including spike lights, spotlights, floodlights, bollard lights, coach lights, and post-top lights. Installing these solar lights yourself is a breeze, requiring minimal effort. Simply attach them to a wall using the provided screws or effortlessly place them in the ground, and you're good to go. Harness the power of the sun to illuminate your surroundings with ease and enhance them with these convenient and stylish solar lighting solutions.




Bulb Type: The choice of bulb depends on the socket or fixture design. Some fixtures are tailored for specific types like incandescent, LED, CFL, or halogen bulbs. Ensure that the socket or fixture is compatible with the bulb type you plan to use.


Wattage: Pay close attention to the recommended wattage range for your DIY lighting fixture. Going beyond the suggested wattage can lead to overheating, potentially damaging the fixture or posing a fire hazard. Always refer to the fixture's specifications or consult the manufacturer's instructions for the appropriate wattage range.


Voltage: Verify that the bulb's voltage matches the voltage supply of your DIY lighting fixture. Mismatched voltage can result in subpar performance or even electrical hazards. Most residential lighting fixtures operate on standard household voltage (120V in the United States), but some may require low-voltage bulbs.


Dimmable or Non-dimmable: If your DIY lighting fixture includes a dimmer switch, make sure to use a bulb specifically labeled as "dimmable." Non-dimmable bulbs may not function properly or could be damaged when used with a dimmer switch.


Energy Efficiency: Consider utilizing energy-efficient bulbs like LED or CFL in your DIY lighting fixtures. These bulbs consume less energy and have a longer lifespan compared to traditional incandescent bulbs.