The Light Company
The Light Company (City Lighting Ltd) specializes in good quality lighting and home goods with a distinctive variety of style. The owner of The Light Business has many years of expertise in the lighting industry and will help you in other areas of lighting and interior design. We provide consulting service and include interior architecture, enterprise and domestic consumer lighting.
Such shades are produced in the UK lovingly and separately, designed using conventional techniques. The accessible shades spectrum provides a broad variety of fashion shades to select from including a mix of neutrals and strong citrus brights.
The shades are made of 100% silk dupion, satin and linen, a hand-woven lustrous cotton, distinguished by uneven grain or stub, offering a smooth look and impressive shine. Then, a computer lamination method adheres the cloth to the lining thread.
The Light Company requested to develop a full-fledged website of eleven pages with sections related to products such as lighting, voyage maison, fabric, wallpaper, homewares, fans, by brand, by room, sale, login/register, wishlist. The realistic stages in website construction include a checklist in concepts that are implemented in the initial process of website formation for applying the second level. The website consists of a theme that incorporates many banners which can be tapped to purchase or call to action.
The theme involves more photos, prices, choices, call to action button & delivery option. While operating with the light company, Delimp team works as website design partners with their internal members to build a customer-friendly website with product photos, models, promotions, action/click button as requested by the business requirement.
Back in the 1920s, a modest guy called Ben Tipp opened a jewellery store and handled customers as tourists even before Seattle corporations Starbucks and Amazon were renowned for their consumer service. His love for excellence makes the shop a must-visit to mark a special day for rings, wedding jewellery and presents. So whoever came in the door was given a perfect red apple from Washington to indulge while they browse.