Which pendant light is right for you?
The pendant light that will suit your home best is entirely dependent on your taste and décor. There are many size options too; so check the pendant light dimensions in the description to make sure that your light choice will fit neatly into the space, providing a radiating focal point without becoming overbearing, or making the room look too crowded.
There are basic pendant lights that are economical and effective at lighting a fixed point or, in multiples, the entire room. Some pendant lights come without any surrounding lamp shade and can even have two or more bulbs. These best suit a rustic look, as do the farmhouse, deer horn antler or candle pendant lights.
If you are decorating with a theme in mind, then there are lights for most genres. For example, if you are looking to brighten up your child’s bedroom, then a motiffed pendant light can be a nice touch. There are some incredibly inventive designs at your disposal, including airplanes, pirate ships and butterflies.
Industrial style pendant lights are hugely popular; you may notice them in coffee shops and arty cafes, as they are bespoke, antiquely little objet d’arts. Most modern designs are simple and elegant, with clean lines. However, if you prefer a more complex look there are options like jewelled effect pendant lights or the more unusual cubes. The selection available is massive with something for everyone.
Designs can be simple or complex, so be sure to peruse the wide variety of options and choose a fixture that will best improve your space. If you are looking for a statement piece then perhaps consider just the one pendant light, or risk making the ceiling too busy. Alternatively, there are pendant lights with multiple bulbs; providing more lighting and also remaining as one piece. If you want to light a large area, like an elongated dining room table or lengthy kitchen breakfast bar, perhaps consider a pendant light chandelier.
LED bulbs require less energy to produce the same amount of light as normal incandescent bulbs. If you prefer to light your home with LED lights, there are the same options available to you; singular lights, longer light pieces for illuminating larger areas, and even chandeliers.