Pendant Light. Thursday , June 28th , 2018 - 10:25:00 AM
During its earliest days, the pendant featured a blown glass shell, which eventually evolved into a wide variety of styles. Today, the variety of styles used in pendant lighting is as varied as the styles used in other forms of lighting fixtures. Take a look online or at a fine lighting store or even in a home and garden periodical to see the extent to which this type of lighting has evolved.
You do not only have to use one pendant light, but can use many strung up in a row for a dramatic effect. Kitchen islands look great with this structure put into place, not to mention highly aesthetic. If you are really feeling bold, add different shapes, designs, and colors of the lights to the string for a personal touch of individuality. Try placing them at different heights and angles.
Mini pendants are usually less than 10 inches in width, with downward facing light. Very often these are designed with a modern look and style, using brightly colored glass shades. Mini pendants are perfect for use above kitchen counters, bars, dining tables, and other small seated areas. Often, multiple single mini pendants are hung in a series of 2-5 or more. This is a very common sight in modern restaurants and bars.
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