Cookies on our website

Last Updated on 15th June 2024.

To personalise your experience on the Sunlight Kitchen & Bedroom website, small files known as cookies are used. Find out what cookies are and how to use them.

This page describes what cookies are, how to disable cookies in your browser, how to disable third-party advertisement cookies, and where to get further information on the topic. Please Contact Us If it does not contain the information you require, or if you have any other questions concerning the use of cookies on

What are Cookies?

Cookies are little text files that your browser saves on your device or mobile phone (e.g., Internet Explorer or Safari). They enable websites to save data like user preferences. Cookies are a website's "memory," allowing it to recognise a user and respond properly.

How do we use Cookies?

The following sorts of cookies may be generated as a result of your visit to

  1. Site performance cookies:

    This type of cookie remembers your preferences for the tools on so you don't have to type them in every time you come. Some instances are, Volume controls for our video player, whether you want to see the most recent or oldest article comments first, and video streaming speeds that work with your browser.

  2. Anonymous analytics cookies:

    When a user visits our website and uses web analytics software offered by a third party, an anonymous analytics cookie is created. These cookies will let us know if you've visited the site before. Your browser will alert us if you don't have these cookies, and if you don't, we will create them for you. This allows us to keep track of the number of unique users and how frequently they visit the site. These cookies are solely used for statistical purposes and cannot be used to identify individuals unless you are logged in to We will have access to the information you provided, such as your username and email address, if you are logged in.

  3. Geo-targeting cookies:

    These cookies are used by software that tries to figure out your country of origin based on data provided by your computer when it requests a web page. This cookie is completely anonymous and is solely used to assist in the targeting of content and advertisements.

  4. Registration cookies:

    When you register with, we create cookies to track whether you are logged in or not. Our servers use these cookies to figure out whose account you're logged in with and whether or not you're allowed access to a certain service. It also makes it easier for us to connect your username to any comments you leave. Your cookies will be deleted when you quit your browser or turn off your screen if you don't check the box to "keep me signed in." When you are registered into any of the sites, we combine information from your registration cookies with analytics cookies, which we can use to identify the pages you have viewed on as a person.

  5. Advertising cookies:

    These cookies enable us to establish whether you've seen an advertisement or a specific type of advertisement, as well as how long ago you saw it. Cookies are also utilised to aid in the delivery of tailored advertising. We can use third-party cookies to target ads to you more precisely, such as showing holiday ads to users who have recently visited our travel area. These are anonymous cookies that save information about the material you're seeing but not about you personally. We also use anonymous cookies on some of the other sites where we advertise. If you accept one of those cookies, we may use it to identify you as a visitor to that site when you return to later, and we may offer targeted adverts based on that information.

  6. Third-Party Advertising Cookies:

    Third-party advertisers produce a major portion of the ads you see on Some of these third parties keep track of how many individuals have seen a specific ad or how many people have viewed it multiple times using their own anonymous cookies. These cookies are set by companies who have their own privacy policies, and does not have access to read or write them. These third-party ad cookies may be used to target advertising to you on other websites based on your visit to

How do I turn off cookies

It is usually possible to disable cookie acceptance in your browser, or to disable cookie acceptance from a specific website. We wouldn't be able to tell if you're logged in without cookies, therefore you wouldn't be able to leave comments.

All current browsers allow you to adjust your cookie preferences. These options are normally found in the ‘options' or ‘preferences' tab of your browser. For more information, go to your browser's "Support" menu.

Please Contact us if you have any questions or concerns about cookies.