About Us


Edken Lights is a leading supplier of creative Moroccan lighting fixtures for both traditional and contemporary buildings.

Edken Lights aims to bring the vivid Moroccan tradition to your homes and offices with beautiful Moroccan ceiling lights, wall sconces, flush mount lights, as well as table and floor lamps. For several years, we've been the go-to source for Moroccan home décor. Our traditional yet contemporary styles blend easily with your home, creating a visual of harmony.

Our designs' exceptional quality and distinctiveness distinguish us from other businesses, and they are the same characteristics that will distinguish your home. We don't sell only to make money; we also want to help local artisans sell their creations and gain international recognition.

Although we live in a three-dimensional universe; however, we think of light as a separate fourth dimension in architecture. Our lighting solutions bring a new design dimension to homes, offices, and outdoor spaces and add value to the people who utilize them daily

We believe that every home is a one-of-a-kind reflection of its owners, which is why we provide fascinating Handcrafted Moroccan Lighting that adds value to your living space and décor while making them more vivid.

Edken Lights lighting fixtures are Eco-Friendly, 100 percent handcrafted, and of the highest quality materials. They are handmade with passion and skill passed down over hundreds of years.

We assure our clients of excellent quality & enchanting designs inspired by Moroccan culture.


Edken Lights Owner - Mohamed Edken

Mohamed Edken started as a young boy full of dreams to make his father's business known all around Morocco and the whole world. As young as 16, he would go to their small factory and watch their artisans work. From complicated designs to exquisite spin-offs, he was amazed by the process of how the lamps were crafted.

Driven by his passion for local artisans, he learned everything about the business and collaborated with different people in various regions of Morocco. 

He visions the business being globally known in the next five years, bringing the Moroccan crafts to the international market. And making a mark as one of the local businessmen who aims not just to make his business known but also to help the local artisans from his country uplift their living status by giving them livelihood and source of income.