Little details can transform a good design into a truly stunning space. So to help you achieve design nirvana, you can now customise every last detail of your lighting with Flex-able by Ambience.
September 8th, 2011
Flex-able is the first ever complete mix & match lighting system. The system gives you control over every component of your lighting, from bulbs and accessories to fixtures – including the colour of your flex.
Customising the colour of your flex ensures your lighting will be a striking design feature. Flex is available in a range of colours including eye-popping red and yellow as well as classic white and black. It can be cut to any length and is designed to be left hanging as a feature or pulled tight according to preference.
As well as flex, all other components in the Flex-able system are available in a choice of colours. There are also bulbs in many shapes and wattages for a wide range of looks.
Once you’ve done the fun part – choosing your components – Ambience will make each light and supply it ready for an electrician to install. Alternatively, components are also available to purchase individually.
The Flex-able system suits both contemporary and traditional spaces, whether commercial or residential properties. So if you’re a perfectionist professional or a DIY-er with an eye for detail, Flex-able is your dream lighting system.
Pure cotton flex comes in a range of colours: red, green, yellow, grey, dark or light blue, purple, brown, pink, orange, black, white or speckled black and white. Flex length is cut to suit and can be adjusted onsite. Available in 2 or 3 core configuration.
Lampholders, where the lamp or bulb screws in, are available in silver, gold, black or white in either metal or a plastic Bakelite-style finish. E27 base.
Canopies are used to mount the light to the ceiling. Made from aluminium, canopies come in a black, silver or white finish. Available in an 80mm diameter.
Lamps, or bulbs, of various shapes and sizes are suitable for use with the Flex-able system. Energy saving options also available.
Add decorative cages to give lights a modern, industrial look. Cages are made of wire and available in a standard untreated colour. They can also be chrome-plated or powder-coated to your specifications.
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