Since it was stablished in 1987, Forbes & Lomax have approached the electrical accessory market from an aesthetic point of view. Forbes & Lomax recognised that the elegant glass, nickel and brass light switches of the 1930s were no longer available and that the modern equivalents were unsuitable for the distinguished projects that interior designers were working on at the time. With this in mind, over the years the company has created a range of high quality switches (their most well-known is the invisible light switch), sockets and dimmers in a variety of finishes to suit the demands of both traditional more contemporary projects.
In Humphrey Munson Projects the two most popular choices are the Forbes & Lomax rocker switch in the same (or similar) finish to the hardware used throughout the kitchen, or the painted socket which can be painted in the same paint colour as the cabinetry. To show each of these types of sockets we’ve put together a list of projects below to help inspire you.
P A I N T E D S O C K E T
View the full Longford kitchen, Felsted here.
View the full Hertfordshire project here.
View the full Hampshire project here.
View the full Shad Thames project here.
View the full Knightsbridge project here.
R O C K E R S W I T C H
View the full contemporary Spenlow, Felsted here.
View the full Cranbrook project here.
For more information on Forbes & Lomax products visit the website here or to make a kitchen enquiry email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our team on 01371 821300.