With the good weather on its way, now is the time for businesses to invest in decorative lighting to spice up baron spaces, according to one of the UK’s leading lighting solutions retailers. BLT Direct specialise in light bulbs, lamps and tubes for use both indoor and outdoor use, and are advising businesses, such as eateries and pubs to look at improving their curb appeal in order to entice customers in.
March saw a significant rise in the amount of people dining out, with the British household spend rising 10% to £216 compared to the same time last year. Signalling a turn in fortune for the struggling hospitality industry, businesses must make sure they invest wisely in order to compete in the competitive marketplace.
Steven Ellwood, Managing Director of BLT Direct said, “Adding complimentary lights is a cost effective way of transforming spaces – particularly outside areas – into attractive spaces that will entice people to businesses this summer. With the warmer weather on its way, people will be looking at places to eat and drink out, so by making businesses look the best they can possibly be, owners will ensure that their businesses stands out from the crowd.”
With prices starting from as little £1, lighting up areas is much cheaper and simpler than many think. Featuring an abundance of choice for large and small businesses, including decorative fairy lights perfect for highlighting trellising, and stylish lanterns ideal for brightening up dark corners, clever lighting tricks can really transform lacklustre spaces into inviting, aesthetically pleasing areas that will tempt in passers-by.
As well as providing a plethora of decorative lighting solutions, BLT Direct also offers a wide range of security lights, light fittings and one of the largest ranges of lightbulbs available on the internet. Ranging from multi-coloured bulbs to standard LED bulbs, their competitively priced stock provides a comprehensive solution for all customers’ lighting needs.
Created by Steve Ellwood on 7th July, 2016
Qualified as an Electrician, founder of BLT Direct