5 Pendants That Are On Point

Whether you’re planning a major redecorating project or just want to make some simple changes, switching out your lighting fixtures can have a dramatic impact. This season, pendants are all the rage for kitchens, living rooms, dining rooms, and entryways. Their minimal design still allows much room for interpretation, so you can surely find a style that suits your aesthetic.

Brighten up your home this season with one of these pendant designs:



Mercury Row 3 Light Globe Pendant | All Modern, $148

A geometric lamp can complement an ultra-modern vision or serve as a playful contrast with traditional decor. Try softening the bold statement of the globe with an understated finish, like the “winter gold” featured here.



Industrial Pendant with Crystals | Shades of Light, $195

While steel can be severe and crystals can be ornate on their own, they make a delightful combination. If you’re going for a modern, rustic look, try pairing industrial materials with delicate details.



PB Classic Pendant – Vintage Glass | Pottery Barn, $90-$149

You can’t go wrong with this simple-yet-elegant design. Choose between clear or frosted glass depending on the ambiance you want to create. If you prefer a vintage vibe, suspend this classic fixture with a rope rather than a pole or cord.



Bisbee 6-Light Pendant in Brushed Nickel | $310

The circular champagne shade will provide a soft glow for your room and will surely match any color scheme you choose. The brushed nickel finish offers just enough of a contrast to catch the eye.



Exeter 16 Jar Chandelier | Pottery Barn, $399

If you really want to make a statement, add a pendant chandelier. This particular style would be perfect suspended over a farmhouse table. If that vision is too rustic for your taste, you can forego the mason jars in exchange for modern globes.


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