Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Introducing African Print to your wardrobe with Mother/Daughter owned Fashion Label 'SeaBass'


SeaBass is a fashion retail brand which officially launched in August 2017, with the aim to merge bold and beautiful African prints with stylish and contemporary shoes, handbags and accessories. The two strong women behind this unique, vibrant and cultured brand were inspired by their love of Ankara and wanted to assist women everywhere be able to "add a splash of colour to their outfits and experiment with prints", knowing that every woman can look beautiful and express their personalities through style and fashion.

Today at She Inspired Her we get up-close-and-personal with the women behind the SeaBass brand to find out more about the brand, the journey and what is coming next!


Welcome to She Inspired Her! We are excited to find out more about you both. Let's start by introducing yourselves to our readers - what are your names and how are you connected?

Joan: My name is Joan and this is Natalie, and we are a mother-daughter team.
Wow what a duo! Sound's very inspiring to have a mother and daughter running a business together and what a great brand you have established, we love the branding, vibrant colours and of course what a great name!
Why SEABASS? 
Joan: We wanted a name that really captured the essence of our brand and uplifts the women who wear it. 
The name SeaBass is actually an acronym for: 
She's

Enterprising
Adventurous
Bold
And
S
imply
Sophisticated


Amazing! So you officially launched in the summer of 2017. What led you to want to establish your own fashion retail brand and how have you incorporated this into your merchandise/products/goods?
Natalie: We have always adored African prints and African fashion and it's quite easy these days to find nice, good quality African print clothing. However, when searching for African Print shoes, bags or accessories for ourselves we often found that the finished product would not be of a very good standard, anything that was of a decent quality was usually ridiculously expensive. 

We are both naturally very creative individuals, my mum especially, so one day we started making items for ourselves and wearing them out and kept receiving really nice compliments and request from friends and family. 

From there we decided it was worth a try turning it into a business, and have kept African prints and African culture at the heart of everything we produce.

So who is SeaBass designed for?
Natalie: SeaBass is designed for all women, of all ages, shapes and colours. Yes, we have African prints incorporated into most of our products, but we are not solely aimed at an African-Caribbean market. African prints are becoming more and more mainstream and are popular with all races, and if you love the look of African prints but are not ready or confident enough to try a full outfit, then are products are a great way of introducing African prints to your wardrobe. 

What are your thoughts and approach to SeaBass catering for the vastly varied and often very individual styles and desires of women with regards to self-expression, character, personality and confidence?
Joan: The way women dress often reflects their personalities, but some women shy away from wearing bright colours and bold prints because they may not know what colours or tones suit them or how to mix and match prints. With our products it is easy to add a splash of colour and prints to your outfit, for example by paring a simple black jumpsuit with a pair of our red African print wedges along with matching waist belt and choker you can really transform your whole look. Our products are worn to be seen, and we want the women who wear them to feel confident and beautiful.
This sounds incredible! Where can She Inspired Her readers visit SeaBass to see more of your products?
Joan: Our full range of products are available to purchase on our main website which is sea-bass.co.uk

You can also find some of our products on Etsy at seabassuk and you can follow us on Instagram at seabassuk

So, what is next for SeaBass? Do you have anything else in the pipeline for the brand?
Joan: We are currently working on a men’s range, some items of which we will be launching at the Amour Destine Shop & Social event on 31st March 2018! 
We are also planning on expanding our range into clothing and children's items also, in the near future, so we have a lot of things in the pipeline which we are excited about.
So you will be showcasing and selling SeaBass products down at the Shop & Social Event! That is great! Tell us more about your involvement in Shop and Social! What can readers expect to find at your stand on the day?
Natalie: We worked with Annie and her team (at Amour Destine) last year for their She Inspires Me event and are so pleased to be returning this year for Shop & Social. Since the last event, along with the re-brand with have introduced a completely new product range, with a lot more variety. We have some very unique shoes and bags for all occasions, along with a wide range of jewellery and accessories that are all hand made, that you won't find anywhere else!
Seabass are offering a Special Deal to all She Inspired Her readers who attend Shop & Social and buy from the SeaBass stand! Tell us more about this great deal!
Joan: If you visit our stall on the day and make a purchase of £15 or more on any of our products across the entire range you will receive a free thank you gift!

For FREE Tickets to the 'Shop & Social' event click here

Visit SeaBass today at: www.Sea-Bass.co.uk 

Monday, 26 March 2018

Interview: How to be a Personal Shopper and Stylist with Zodie Styles plus exclusive readers offer!





Today at She Inspired Her we have the pleasure of shining our spotlight on Personal Shopper and talented Stylist Zodie Styles! 


With over 10 years of experience in Fashion Retail, having started out as a Sales Assistant at various stores over the years, moving on to being a Visual Merchandiser for many stores including Urban Outfitters and then having studied at London College of Fashion - Zodie definitely has her feet firmly rooted in an industry that she loves with a true passion for fashion that she is ready to unleash on the world!

Find out how this stylish, passionate fashionista made her way up in the fashion industry and how she can boost YOUR wardrobe and style this month forward with a limited special deal for our readers within this exclusive in-depth interview with She Inspired Her!



Hi Zodie! You say you started out in Fashion Retail before moving on to being a personal shopper/ stylist? What a great transition! How long did you work in Fashion Retail before setting up Zodie Styles?

Thank you so much! I've always been passionate about fashion, I love being creative with my clothes and knew that I wanted to work in fashion. 

I've worked in Fashion Retail since I was 16, starting from a part time job, moving to full time work and then back to part time work.

It's been a long time... I worked at 6 different stores as a sales assistant, but I knew I wanted to do more with my career. During this time I worked alongside the Visual Merchandiser teams where I was able to show my styling skills and I absolutely loved it, it was a great chance for the customers to see what I can do!

You also worked at Urban Outfitters, did that period influence you into taking up training at London College of Fashion? If so how and why? 

Yes! It did definitely. Being a part of such a well known company and a busy store I got to make the most out of my time. My favourite thing was working 1-on-1 with customers helping them to pick outfits for their chosen occasion and I loved how it made them feel in the outfits I put together. I had heard about Personal Stylists before and I wanted to learn more about how to become a Personal Stylist, styling women and different body shapes the right way to get the best results.

We know that you are passionate about what you are doing! What was your main inspiration and vision behind setting Zodie Styles? 

After being told "NO" from many different jobs to become a Personal Stylist in their stores, I thought "Zodie, you can do this by yourself". 

During my time working in retail for over 10 years, working for someone else and making their dreams come true, it hit me.... what do I want? I knew that I needed to think about my dreams and what I want to achieve and where I see myself in life.  So I decided to teach myself and learn everything I needed to know about how to start a business from scratch and ways to improve within my skills.

I've always been ambitious, even though I was scared, I knew that with the right determination and focus I could do it! As an affordable high-street shopper myself, who loves finding bargains and saving money, my inspiration behind setting up Zodie Styles was that I wanted to help and teach women how to shop smart. 

I have always believed a small budget can go a long way to create the wardrobe of your dreams! That's why I started my business because I want to teach, help and show my clients that we can all look amazing and to show them how they can look expensive when working with a small budget. 

My main vision was that I wanted to have a career where I loved what I did everyday and I was making women feel confident and happy in everything that they wear!

For those who may not know your role very well, what do you mean when you describe yourself as a Personal Stylist and Shopper?

I help women build their confidence and find their personal style. I teach women how to understand what body shape they are and how to dress their bodies the right way, to love to style the bodies they have, making them feel confident in everything that they wear and (help them to) choose the right brands that suits their lifestyle and budget. 

I work with women whether they are curvy, slim, tall, short or athletic. I dress them for business, everyday looks, soon to be mum's and for special occasions. I will show you how to dress yourself with creativity…and to not be afraid of mixing and matching colours, whether that’s using your own clothes or putting together a whole new wardrobe. 

I want to open peoples eyes up to new ways of styling themselves, help them to master the art of shopping for themselves and help them to step outside of their comfort zones! 

I will go to my clients homes and de-clutter their wardrobes, making sure that they have all the right pieces in their wardrobes to suit their body shapes and that can work interchangeably together. I also shop for my clients, making their shopping experience stress free by selecting the right pieces for them before we meet. 

 What does a Style Consultation entail?

This is my favourite part where I can really connect with my clients. I get them to fill out my Style Consultation Questionnaire. It helps me to understand what they are looking for, their desires, body shapes, lifestyles and budgets. That way I can create the perfect mood board for them, choose the right pieces of clothing and select the right stores for their budget. 
How do you go about creating someone’s Capsule Wardrobe?

First things first, I will create a mood board that will help them to visualise what their style will look like. Then I will send them my capsule wardrobe checklist for me to see what they have in their wardrobe already. 

I will then de-clutter their wardrobe and select the pieces that are their essential pieces, which are the pieces that make a wardrobe complete to be able to make numerous outfits. If we find missing items then we will plan a shopping trip to get the pieces that are needed. 

“What is a Capsule Wardrobe?” I always get this question…
Well first it will help you to save money and time and you will definitely not struggle when it comes to picking the right outfit in the mornings. Trust me, you will be prepared for every opportunity that comes your way!

I’m here to make life much easier and stress free (for my clients), I know we all have busy schedules and our wardrobe does not need to make it worse. A Capsule Wardrobe is full of all the pieces you love and is a selection of up to 30-40 items that can be mixed and matched together to make interchangeable outfits that can take you through Summer, Spring, Autumn and Winter.



What is involved in Virtual Styling and how does it work?

I created a Virtual Styling service which is online based for the ladies who want to work with me, but can not meet me in person.

Whether you live abroad, live outside of London, have a busy schedule or LOVE shopping online and hate facing the shops - this is perfect for you! 

Firstly, I would ask you to send me over images of what you wore for 7 days so that  I can see your body-shape, see how you put together your clothes along with a summary of how you felt in each outfit and why you chose this outfit. 

You will get a online video call, home wardrobe edit, an online Personal Shopping session where I will send you recommendations of the pieces you can buy and a Personal Styling session where we will style the pieces in your wardrobe along with the pieces you brought to create outfits that suit your lifestyle. 

Tell us a little about how you manage to meet your goal in relation to, quote: "women being the BEST of themselves"?

I really get into their heads, understand their end result and how they want to feel everyday. When they send me messages with how they feel and pics of themselves in their outfits, I know I have reached my goal! They feel confident and happy.
 
If you could style anyone, anywhere in the world, past or present, who would you choose and why?

I would have to choose Theresa May. She is my ideal client, she is just your everyday woman, who has the most powerful role in the United Kingdom. She is in full view of millions and attends meetings with very important people. Being in the public eye I feel your self image is so important. Seeing Theresa May on TV, I've noticed on some occasions that some pieces she wears does not flatter her figure and makes her look bigger than she actually is. Wouldn't you like to look good everyday? 

You have been kind enough to offer our readers a great deal! 
Thank you! I am sure they will love it! 
Please explain what it is and how they can get it!

I wanted to create a style package where you can get more for your money and it will benefit you more! So, if you are stuck in a rut and you want to give yourself a whole new look,  I will be giving 20% OFF of the following 3-step styling package:

This is a Zodie Styles SPECIAL for a LIMITED TIME ONLY and it is a style package that will get you three sessions for one price as follows:
1. Home Wardrobe Edit
2. Personal Shopping Session
3. Personal Styling
This will be spread over 3 weeks and you must be living in London. 

To get this offer all you have to do is fill out my Style Consultation Questionnaire and if you receive an email back from me then you have got 20% Off. Simple!

Why not fill yours out now or send the link over to a friend or family member that you feel would benefit? Click Here

You can find out more about Zodie Style and her styling services by visiting her website: www.zodiestyles.com 

Meet Zodie Styles in person at her stand at Shop & Social on Saturday 31st March 2018! Sign up for FREE Entry Tickets


Interview by Mavis Wenham of ANKH Services

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Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Is Your Logo Design Saying The Right Thing About Your Brand?



A good logo design is significant for a company’s branding and identity. Attractive and eye-catching logo designs stand out from others and are a critical aspect of business marketing. A logo design is a company’s graphical representation and anchors a company’s brand in the most visible manifestation of their audience.

A well-designed logo is an important part of the company’s overall strategy so they must be unique and comprehensible to your target audience.  While designing a logo, a logo designer has to consider a myriad of elements that are a font, color, and meaning of the company. Your brand identity is something that has to be firm from the beginning so that you can create your brand’s worth for your audience.

A Logo Design Creates Brand Identity:

Needless to say but logo design is the visual component of a company’s overall brand image. It is carried over all in your branding elements such as stationery, websites, business cards and other advertising things so a well-designed logo can contribute to business success.

For a prominent brand image, a logo design must imply the standard and message of your brand. However, a logo design should cohere well with other aspects of a company's visual presentation. This is why logo design is the basic unit of a larger brand identity that includes company fonts, colors, and document-design guidelines.

When potential customers come to your way, the first impression you make lasts for long.  In fact, it is almost a certainty that the first impression needs to be a good one and the first impression that viewers see for a brand is its logo design and that needs to be good.
Often and certainly for startups, the budget is one of the major factors in logo decision process. It is pretty obvious that the business owner is not readily willing to spend a lot in on logo design process as they assume it to be just a little picture featuring the company name.

Logo Design and Brand Identity:

Think that a logo design is considered to be the face of the company in a way that is going to be imprinted on our products, banners, stationery and an identity of your brand. To put it differently, a great logo has the supremacy to communicate the brand identity even if there is no name integrated into the design.

Things to Consider While Designing a Logo Design:
Look For Your Font:

The font that you select is an important element of the design and it directly connects to the personality of your brand. The fonts have their own strengths and weaknesses that a professional logo designer understands and selects the best font for designing a logo.

Choosing Your Colors:




Every color has the meanings that they deliver when they are being used in a design. Colors create brand recognition and logo design with colors shows a handful of feelings about a company to the audience. Just think about what your company stands for and who your audience is when you are designing your logo.


Logo Design & Symbols:

A logo design is not just a picture but has a story attached to it. The design or the symbol you use in a logo design delves into the brand history or story of your brand. Many design elements such as typography, color, and symbols in direction should be able to tell your brand’s story to the audience. If your logo has no deeper meaning attached to it than you might need to rethink it.

Wrapping It Up,

The thing that matters the most is how efficient your logo design delivers your brand’s message and how well it is remembered by the audience.  Just make sure that the logo you design is competent enough to keep your brand recognizable and memorable to your audience.

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Monday, 12 March 2018

Why There Aren’t More Women In Pest Control Jobs



When you think of a pest controller, the image often depicted in our minds is a man in overalls with some sort of chemical container strapped to his back. It’s very rare that it evokes the image of a woman. It really does beg the question why there aren’t more women in pest control jobs.

Only 5% of the people working as pest controllers are women. This is a low number. But it’s been an increase on the 3.8% of the previous few years. More and more women are working in pest control companies and helping UK homeowners get rid of their unwanted pest problem.

Over the next 10 years, the number of women working in the pest control industry is expected to rise to 20%. Most women are put off by being a pest controller because of the work it involves. Being a pest controller is a really dirty job, and involves getting in some not very nice situations. There’s lots of creepy crawlies to deal with, and to most people this is really off putting.


But more and more women are feeling comfortable in the working environment within the pest control industry. This is because the methods of pest control are changing and making a difference to how pest controllers work. Instead of just going into a property and spraying chemicals around to get rid of pests, the industry is moving towards new and modern methods using technology for pest control. This means the treatments are becoming less harmful and destructive overall, making being a lady pest controller much more appealing.

Women already in the pest control industry are using this technology boom to use different techniques within their field. It also means there’s more and more pest control jobs becoming available for women in training, upper management and other areas of the industry. Pest control is becoming more of a welcoming industry to women as well. In the past it was very much a male dominated environment, whereas now it’s more welcoming meaning more women are being drawn towards this line of work.

Although the industry is definitely changing for women, there are still some challenges that we have to overcome. Many female pest technicians find that they are judged on their looks, and not by the job they do. In fact, most women pest controllers say that their clients were surprised when a female exterminator showed up to do the job. Others say that men in the industry still don’t consider women equals in the industry because they can’t do everything they do. Experienced pest controllers with the proper training and skills will be able to get any job done, no matter what gender they are.

If you’re thinking about a career in pest control, it’s a great industry to get into. The salary and benefits are good, and the hours tend to be flexible. Get in touch with your local pest controller if you’re thinking of joining the industry.


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Tuesday, 27 February 2018

The UK's Finest in Black Excellence attend The Afro Hair & Beauty Association Launch

Afro Hair & Beauty Renaissance in the UK!
 #Black Excellence

by AHBA Media

Black British hair and beauty brands now have a much needed support and advice network with the official launch of the highly anticipated Afro Hair & Beauty Association (AHBA) on Thursday February 15th 2018  at the Jamaican High Commission in Kensington, London.


The AHBA, which was founded in late 2017, is the first UK organisation tasked with the privilege of representing Black British hair and beauty brands to the world. AHBA brings together an already established network to facilitate support and developmental structure for the benefit of members of the association as well as the wider community.

The atmosphere at the sold out event was sensational, being well attended by a who’s who of the Afro hair and beauty industry past and present.

Opening the event was Afro hair and beauty legend Award-winning management consultant in International Trade, Mr Rudi Page - Ex international marketing manager for the legendary Dyke & Dryden and the man who first coined the term Afro hair & beauty back in the 1980's.


Guests were delighted to hear about the 100-year vision of the AHBA and meet the exceptional members of the new board, many of whom are game changers in the industry. This collective possesses the passion, drive and skills to release a new spark of energy and excitement into a largely stagnant industry. Guests were in awe of this historic gathering with many commenting on the outstanding quality and impact of the occasion.

One of the many highlights of the evening was a bespoke choreographed ballet piece performed by young male ballet star Tonye Scott- Obene.


Five lucky independent brands were given the opportunity to pitch their products to a Dragon’s Den style panel, with the delighted winner Mammie Ndoko of brand Mama - sia receiving a AHBA Excellence Award and who was visibly overwhelmed with emotion at the recognition of her years of hard work and the excellent products she and her team create.


The evening provided unparalleled access to a powerful network of veterans and rising stars of the black cosmetics industry in the UK. It was a monumental event that will influence aspiring brands and set a blueprint for aspiration and collaboration which will continue to inspire emerging UK Hair and beauty for the foreseeable future.

HCR and The AHBA have a series of exciting events planned in 2018! To learn more.

Visit the website: www.Afrohba.com


Award Winners:
www.mama-sia.com  - Mammie Ndoko
www.nylahsnaturals.com  - Kameese Davis

Brand Excellence Judges - 
Eryca Freemantle - Global beauty expert
Derek De Clements - Celebrity Hair stylist
Verona White - Celebrity Hair stylist
Anastasia Chikezie - Multi award winning salon owner
Raphael Sofuluke - Founder the black business show

About HCR: Entrepreneur Ovi King founded HCR-UK in November 2016 to ‘positively disrupt’ the black hair care industry in the UK. In 2017, the HCR Team hosted a series of highly successful and well-attended hair and beauty pop-up events in London, where those in the industry were given a platform to network and showcase their products. The events showcase the very best in Afro hair, beauty and fashion.

For further details please contact:
Email: info@Afrohba.com
Tel: 07960 486 750

Register to become a member of the AHBA today click here 
Photography by Saintz

Friday, 23 February 2018

6 Facts about Alopecia and a salute to UK Female MC Paigey Cakey


Stunning UK Rapper / Actress Paigey Cakey is a popular MC in the UK with catchy tracks such as 'Ex Boyfriend' and 'Boogie' making their moves on the UK scene in 2017.

Late last year we saw this talented and courageous UK Female MC drop one of her first ever video blogs on Youtube revealing to fans worldwide that she has been suffering from a common condition called alopecia (pronounced Allo-Pee-She-Uh), specifically traction alopecia in her case. 

Paigey revealed in this honest and humbling Youtube video diary that she had been desperately trying to keep the visual effects of the condition, which creates patches of hair loss and balding across the scalp, for the past 2-3 years. 

In her own words Paigey expressed that she had been 'hiding' the condition through fear of what people might think" but that she was ready to be honest with her fans with this brave forward movement.

Paigey Cakey describes in the video how an originally small bald patch had appeared in her hair after years and years of using various hair gels and pulling back her natural hair tightly into beautiful styles, tight weaves, cornrows, single plaits and braided styles. She described the bald patch growing, over the years into what it is today, showcasing in the video large areas of bald patching in her hair, where she announced that it no longer grows. Such a brave and bold move from a young star has to be commended and applauded.

Being an artist with a large and rapidly growing fanbase Paigey is constantly surrounded by cameras and fans who she mentioned were always complimenting her hair styles and, no doubt, wishing to be just like her. Paigey took the very brave and no-doubt inspiring move to come out and let the world know about her traction alopecia saying "its an insecurity literally that I have been hiding for a very long time".

Check out Paigey Cakey's first alopecia video diary at the end of this article.

SIX QUICK FACTS ABOUT ALOPECIA

1. What is Alopecia?

Alopecia is a hair-loss condition which in most cases effects the scalp but can also effect other areas of the body where there is hair growth. It is an auto-immune condition where the immune system begins to attack the hair follicles resulting in hair loss.

2. How do you spot Alopecia ?
There are various signs and symptoms that could alert you to possibly having alopecia, which comes in many forms. 
In many cases one or a few small coin sized smooth, round and bare patches of hair loss / bald patches can be seen where you previously had hair growing. Another sign of the condition could be finding small clumps of hair in the shower or on your pillow. The size and shapes of the bald patches do vary from case to case with some cases being more severe and noticeable than others.

3. What are the most common causes?

There are many factors that are thought to cause this condition, although the cause of alopecia is not known. It is said to occur most often in people who have a family history of other auto-immune disorders including rheumatoid arthritis and type 1 diabetes. 
Severe stress is also said to be a possible factor. 
A well-known common cause of alopecia is traction, styling the hair with tight ponytails, extensions or very tight braids. 
Harsh chemicals, relaxers and perms can also cause severe damage to the scalp such as burns. Scar tissue can consequently develop inside of the hair follicles resulting in permanent hair loss.

4. Can the hair grow back without treatment?
Alopecia has been described as being a very unpredictable condition. From case to case the condition can showcase extreme differences in its spread and in it's regression. 
Regrowth of hair within a few months has been reported in many cases of alopecia, so this is certainly possible.
Some hair can grow back very light/white and fine at first and then progress to thicken and have its original colour within a period of time. Other noted cases are a lot more advanced and less likely to grow back.

5. Is there a cure?
It is unfortunate to say that there is currently no known cure for alopecia. There are many suggested treatments available from GP's, naturalists and more. It is worth noting that alopecia does not completely stop your hair's ability to grow back.
Common treatments include corticosteroid ointments and creams which can be used alongside steriods being injected into the affected area in order to block the inflammation and release the hair follicles. 
Hair Transplants are becoming widely looked at also by alopecia sufferers like Paigey Cakey to aid re-growth. 
It should be noted that most treatments are suggested to assist in hair re-growth but are not said to actually prevent the re-occurrence of the condition. 

6. How do I prevent alopecia?
There are many ways suggested. If you know that you already suffer from alopecia areata or any other auto-immune disease then it is advised to stay away from stressful situations! 
It is said that stress can actually be fuel to the fire of inflammation. This potentially leading to more hair loss for alopecia sufferers. Activities such as meditation, exercise and similar stress relieving therapies have been said to be helpful and your diet can also have an impact. Alcohol consumption, smoking and a high sugar intake can all cause inflammation to occur or to flare. A diet without these things can therefore be of great help.

Paigey Cakey flew out to Istanbul, Turkey to have a hair transplant and it is here that she recorded her first video to showcase what alopecia has done to her hair over the years, why it happened and her first steps towards recovery and repair.

Check out the video below showing her video diary on the day of her Hair Transplant:




If you have any worries or concerns as to whether you have alopecia, you can easily be tested to determine whether this is a fact. You can book yourself in for a test analysis where you hair (and sometimes a scalp sample) can be taken by a doctor and examined under a microscope. Another way is blood tests which can test for specific conditions. If worried ask your GP for some advice.

Here is a video showcasing one of our favourite Paigey Cakey tracks to date "Boogie" - Paigey Cakey... We salute you!!!



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Friday, 9 February 2018

Improve Your Home, Mood and more with Access Lighting today!



When you hear the word 'lighting' you probably will think of photographers and movie stars while picturing light being used to create the best shot and capture people in their best light? However, did you know that the lighting you choose for your home and office can direct;y impact crucial areas of your life such as your mood, productivity and concentration? Lighting has also been shown to have an impact on your sleep cycles, eye health and decision making! So evidently, lighting goes way beyond Hollywood - but how much do we really know about it? This really begs the question “What is your current lighting doing for your family home environment”?

Today at She Inspired Her we take a look at the beautiful benefits of lighting for your home and office via Access Lighting. We touch upon how lighting can affect your day-to-day environment and overall lifestyle and why Access Lighting products should be at the top of your fixtures and fitting list this year!


Maybe you have never considered the benefits of lighting? Let’s face it you are probably still using that dusky grey standard light shade in your bedroom that you quickly bought when you first moved in - simply because something was better than nothing! Most of us could do with a lighting boost for our homes, and who better to take us through our options and help us all to reap the benefits of great lighting than Access Lighting who are one of the most sought-after lighting brands in the home lighting market!

With stunning collections of both contemporary and modern designs available across their ranges you will be in awe of what Access Lighting have available to inject that added sparkle into your homes and offices. From pendants to modern chandeliers, from outdoor lighting to wall sconces – you really will be spoiled for choice when shopping online with Access Lighting.

Check out our absolute favourites from the Access Lighting collections:

Access Lighting Wall Sconces:



All of the incredible designs from Access Lighting come hand-in-hand with highly advanced technology and with prices starting from as little at $40 they have a price tag that will light up a smile and not break the bank! 

Access Lighting Modern Chandeliers


Tip from Access Lighting: “Chandeliers have always been known for their beauty and the fact that no matter where they are they are a stunning attraction. Modern chandeliers are no different, but they bring in a different factor of being more uniquely styled. Putting a modern chandelier in a room is a great way of providing a designer element, and in this way they’re great for almost any space”.

Access Pendant Lighting: 



Tip from Access Lighting: “Picking a pendant light is most often about the space you have to work with. Access lighting pendant light fixtures come in variety of sizes and shapes that can fit any room. Compact single bulb pendants are ideal for a small room or nook or in a grouping above the kitchen island. Larger pendant lights up to 14 inches wide, are a grand statement piece above a dining table, bathtub, or desk” 


So have you seen the light?
With lighting starting from just $40.00 what are you waiting for?

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