Polished Chrome Light Switches

Our polished chrome light switches are a sleek and elegant choice for the modern home and their polished surface is versatile enough to effortlessly upgrade any room. Our extensive range includes polished chrome light switches from leading brands such as Eurolite, Hager and Scolmore, in a variety of sizes and styles. Choose from black, white or grey inserts, the number of gangs, dimmer switches, toggle switches and more to find the right type of chrome light switch for your space.

We stock matching sockets and accessories too, so you can easily create a cohesive space.

Take a look at our range today and get free delivery on orders over £50 (excluding VAT).


What makes polished chrome light switches a popular choice for homes?

These light switches are a popular choice in homes and offices due to their sleek and contemporary look that complements modern interiors. The reflective surface provides an elegant and different alternative to standard white light switches and is an easy way to upgrade the overall look and feel of a room.

They also blend into many different types of room and interior design styles which makes them a versatile choice for different spaces. Many consider these switches a cost-effective option compared to other high-end finishes such as brass or gold.

What kind of maintenance is required for chrome light switches?

Chrome light switches require little maintenance but benefit from regular cleaning. A damp cloth or sponge that has been thoroughly wrung out can be used to gently wipe off any smudges, fingerprints or dirt from the surface of the switch and plate. Do not use harsh cleaners or scrubbers that may damage the chrome finish. Using a soft, clean cloth to gently buff the surface will help to restore shine.

What is the difference between brushed chrome and polished chrome?

Polished chrome has a reflective and shiny surface due to the polishing process it undergoes. It has a smooth finish and is popularly used to create a modern look.

Brushed chrome has a more subdued and matt appearance, as it undergoes a brushing process to create fine lines or scratches on the surface. It has a slightly textured look and is a popular choice in spaces that aim for a more rustic or cosy look.