The pendant light is an essential object of decoration. Indeed, designer pendant lights are generally placed in the center of the room to provide direct lighting. With multiple shapes and materials, these pendants are extremely diverse, lending well to the lighting and atmosphere intentions for every room. Covered in metal (as presented by Anglepoise), it takes on an industrial style. In glass (from Fontana Arte or Ebb and Flow), the pendant increases the intensity of light as well as adds reflections; in cardboard (from Graypants), it plays with the light, while in Japanese paper (by Céline Wright), the effect is subdued, soft light. Every single material adds its own decorative style.
Pendant lights can also light up a specific area such as a table, a kitchen island or a bar. In this particular case the lamp should be proportional in size to the piece of furniture or object and not to the room dimensions.
They are perfect for little nooks and low ceilings as pendants are less imposing than chandeliers.
Depending on the visual effect desired, they can be mounted alone or in bunches for a more graphic look, clearly demonstrated in the designer pendant lights Kin from Oluce or the Speers from B-lux. Certain others like the Igloo System from Fontana Arte allow for maximal personalization through modular options: orientation and the number of interconnecting lamps in the pendant composition.
In the yard or lighting up the patio, outside pendant lamps such as the Pisolo from Karman provide light with elegance and underline a table or outdoor living space during those summer nights.
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