Pendant Lighting

Pendant lighting is a strong trend for modern interiors as an instant way to add some style to a room. Traditionally, pendant lighting drops the light down to the floor, but many designs also throw light onto walls and ceilings too.

Pendants can be grouped together in varying heights or uniformly lined up - both creating a dramatic effect over a kitchen island or dining table, over a staircase or in a hallway.

Pendant lighting can also be used for a cosier, warm look in your home, especially if the pendants are made from wood, fabric or coloured glass.

The Louis Poulsen Toldbod 120 pendant light offers a clean, simple design which is perfect for a minimalist interior. This pendant light  is available in different colours, cords and finishes so that you can tailor the look to your interior. As well as being stylish this pendant light channels light efficiently.

The Gubi Multi-Lite pendant light by Louis Weisdorf was first designed in 1972 and remains distinctive and timeless to this day. This pendant is both visually stunning and highly practical can be transformed into multiple combinations where the light can be directed upwards, downwards or exude an asymmetrical art light.

Alternatively, pendant lighting can be used to create a dramatic statement or art installation. The Artemide Mercury LED suspension light by Ross Lovegrove is a masterpiece, with the designer looking to nature as an inspiration to create a large set of floating chrome pebbles suspended from a disc.

The Graypants Murmurations Moa Linear7 pendant light is part of the Graypants series Murmurations, which understandly caused a sensation in their debut at Milan Design Week 2015. Murmurations means ‘flight formation’ - this lighting formation will look breathtaking above a dining room table, or in a hallway - both in private and commercial settings. These pendant lights are designed to be seen.

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