To maximize the potential
of pendant lighting in the space you’re working with, think about the
height of the ceiling and any peaks or slopes that could affect how the
pendant hangs. Cathedral ceilings provide plenty of space, for example,
but will the angle cause the pendant to hang awkwardly? It’s also
important to assess the space from various vantage points and measure
carefully before buying. Our catalog offers pendants for spaces of all
sizes, offering a range of fixture and shade shapes such as domes,
bells, islands, drums, globes and trendy, unique designs like Sputnik.
Read through our guide to learn more and get some ideas on how to place
pendants where they look best!
pendants – the term for individual fixtures attached to a single frame –
often hang over a rectangular structure such as a kitchen counter, bar,
or dining table. Put up a single, pair, or a set of three or more to
showcase a natural stone countertop and provide light for cooking and
dining. Measure the area and shop for pendants with a similar shape and
composition to the structure below them.