Hotel, Bar, Restaurant

All too often the impact which good lighting can make on your business is underestimated. One of our specialities at Amos lighting lies in helping our clients in the hospitality industry to  specify and source inspirational lighting from all over the world.

Sometimes, you may have an idea that is appropriate but then struggle to find exactly the right light or the desired effect. Having worked for many years with the South West’s leading independent hoteliers, we are well versed in offering an exceptionally high level of service supplying unique lighting.

If you are planning a refurbishment, upgrading your bar or simply adding a few lamps then take advantage of our in depth knowledge and competitive pricing.  Alternatively, visit our Exeter showroom where we have over 1500 different lights on display. Styles vary from vintage to modern, crazy to corporate!

I've enjoyed working with David and Nic Amos since we bought Burgh Island. It has been a pleasure exploring lighting styles and techniques together and David has been involved on all of our major build projects, both commercial and personal, over the last decade. It's great to tap into his depth of experience and design-savvy skills and always a pleasure to discuss projects with him over coffee.

Deborah Clark, Owner, Burgh Island & Southernhay House Hotels

When we were searching for a lighting designer/provider for our new cookery school, Amos Lighting very quickly became our top choice. David instantly understood our brief and created a beautiful and flexible layout that took account of the exacting and varied needs of our project. The people at Amos are a delight to work with and we would thoroughly recommend them.

Jim Fisher, Owner, Exeter Cookery School

I have worked with David for something like 20 years on numerous projects in our pubs. David has come up with imaginative and quality solutions for everything from complete lighting schemes to replacing a broken pendant which badly needed the “David treatment”.

He has the gift of asking the right questions, understanding the answers and interpreting them into a search for the right light fitting, with some humour included.

I particularly like his ability to use light cosmetically as well as for illumination and for his infectious enthusiasm for the solution.

I am particularly proud of his lighting for The Waterfront in Exeter, both exterior and interior, John Gandy's Spirit Bar and the Kent's Cavern in Torquay.

Mark Eastman, South Devon Inns