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about us

Exceeding your Lighting expectations by Illuminating a wealth of choice

Elior Lighting is a versatile lighting design and manufacturing business with decades of combined experience. Founder, Nicola Rickett and her team offer Lighting products and solutions to the hospitality, construction, interior, and yacht design industries.

Elior are in the enviable position of being able to offer an almost limitless variety of possibilities for your Lighting project. We manage everything from the design and manufacture of bespoke luminaires to the supply of entire lighting schemes. In cooperation with our parent and sister companies, Elior has complete control of the design, engineering, finishing, and assembly processes, ensuring the highest quality, realistic lead times, and competitive pricing. Our Independence from specific suppliers enables us to continuously react to the latest trends and technologies within the lighting Industry.

If you have an aesthetic Idea of what you need for your project, let's collaborate and make your vision a reality.


Wall lights

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Human-centric lighting

Bring the daylight indoors

Human Centric Lighting brings daylight indoors by reproducing the natural hues and brightness of nature. This dynamic natural light positively impacts human wellbeing by helping to regulate our 24 hours sleep-wake circadian rhythm. The human body's circadian rhythm is reset every day by exposure to light. However, irregular exposure to daylight can lead to adverse health effects including depression, sleep disorders, obesity, fatigue, and general well-being. HCL technology mimics the natural daylight cycle, making it ideally suited for where focus and concentration are important.

A bit about what we do

Our latest lighting scheme - Sandbanks, Dorset

Apartment overlooking Poole Harbour

Elior Lighting are delighted to have our client's permission to share images from a recent lighting scheme in their wonderful home in Sandbanks, Dorset.

Overlooking the stunning Poole harbour, this art deco apartment was a dream project to be involved in.

All standard and bespoke lighting has been genuinely UK manufactured by Elior and is controlled wirelessly over a Bluetooth mesh network. Elior also designed the lighting scheme and supplied our standard and bespoke luminaires for this project, even creating custom-made furniture and fittings to match the fabrics and materials used within the home.

Stand-alone lighting

Stand-alone lighting

Bathroom lighting

Bathroom lighting

Bedroom lighting

Bedroom lighting

More projects...

Responsible business statement

Elior Lighting Limited is passionately committed to reducing our carbon footprint whilst supporting the British economy both locally and nationally. Where possible we responsibly source materials and services from within the United Kingdom, and in doing so can ensure integrity, quality, and stability in all that we do.

Nicola Rickett
CEO / Founder
Greg Smith
Production Director
Greg Smith
Production Director

Greg's background as an advertising photographer gives him a clear understanding of how light can powerfully influence the aesthetics and mood of a setting. This coupled with over 25 years of working for one one of the UKs top lighting design and manufacturing businesses makes him an invaluable member of the Elior team. He has a wealth of manufacturing experience having worked on bespoke lighting projects in a wide number of high end markets from restaurants through to superyachts.

Adam Cochi
Director of Engineering
David Martin
Director of Powder Coating
Nigel Pearcey
Head of Design
Robert Sutton
Machine Shop Manager
Jack Sutton
Senior CNC Programmer
Frank Smith
Site Security Officer
Nigel White
Operations Director

Staines-Upon-Thames, United Kingdom

Rutland House, Drake Avenue, Staines-Upon-Thames, Middlesex, TW18 2AP


Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00AM - 5:00PM Sat-Sun closed

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+44 (0)1784 469490

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