E-commerce site for table lights launched for hospitality sector

Desert River's trade account option allows small or large hospitality businesses to register online and get better pricing across the entire collection

Customised lamps by Imagilights.
Customised lamps by Imagilights.

Desert River has launched its newest venture: e-commerce site tableLights.me, an online platform for table lights.

The site offers a trade account option, where any small or large hospitality business can register online and get better pricing across the entire collection.

It offers a selection of cordless table lights in the Middle East – ranging from economy Yallah! Lights, to high-end customised lamps by Imagilights. Other brands include Filini, Fermob, Qult, Pols Potten and Fatboy, with several more ranges to launch in the next few months.

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Desert River director Claudia van der Werf said: "The concept was born when F&B operators were looking for unique designs in quality table lamps and the newest candle replacement products that match the style of their venue, and contribute to the overall ambiance. Responding to an increase in last minute demands by hotels and restaurants, tableLights.me offers a simple and straightforward platform to find and order anything related to table lights, and get it delivered directly from our Dubai warehouse."

Items are kept on stock in Dubai, and delivery is guaranteed within 48 hours. Ranging across varied budgets, the platform offers a two-year warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee.

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