The previously unseen solutions (via The Verge) includes the Ascend collection. This range features a hanging Pendant lamp which would be perfect for rooms with high ceilings, a tall floor light, a table lamp and a lamp that can be attached to a wall. All of them feature a similar design, with a downward facing bulb and a conical housing.
There8217;s also an Enchant Pendant Light, which also hangs from a ceiling fitting and offers white and colour light with a more cylindrical design. For our money, the Ascend collection is the looker of the two.
Philips has also unveiled what it8217;s calling the The Being Pendant, which is also mounted from the ceiling. It can only output white hues and doesn8217;t offer a traditional bulb, but could easily be the centrepiece lighting solution in any room.
In the bathroom, the Adore Mirror light is also joined by a ceiling light fixture that Philips Hue says will helps you energize, concentrate, read and relax. It comes with a dimmer switch too, helping you to perfect the ambiance without reaching for your phone. Both bathroom products are only designed for white light.
Some of the products are now live on the Philips Hue website in the United States, but they8217;re yet to appear on the UK site. Stateside they8217;ll be available on August 20. We8217;ll keep your posted on UK availability.
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