From the success of Garden Trading's caged exterior lighting comes the Finsbury Wall Light. This Powder Coated Steel version offers an alternative to the St Ives range and comes in a beautiful textured matt finish. Designed in the Charcoal mid-tone grey colourway, it will add an industrial Victorian inspired edge to your exterior.
Named after a stylish area of London, the Finsbury Wall Light would look in keeping with a classic townhouse yet also suit a contemporary house or outdoor living area. The piping style arm and matching steel caging is a wonderful way to add an industrial touch to your exterior
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