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Learn More About Pendants

Create a Well-Designed Space with Modern Cluster Pendant Lights

Pendant lighting and other ceiling lights are among the most well-loved fixtures for modern spaces. These versatile and popular fixtures are typically suspended from reinforced cables, rigid down rods, or chains that can be adjusted based on the dictates of the space. Commonly installed in dining rooms, kitchens, and grand foyers, pendant lighting is one of the easiest ways to introduce contemporary yet functional lighting in modern interiors. Compatible with a variety of decor styles ranging from mid-century modern to ultra-modern, cluster pendant lighting is an ideal way to infuse a whimsical yet refined look into any space.

Tips for Selecting the Right Cluster Pendant Lighting

Picking out the right cluster pendant lighting for your space begins with considering the existing furniture and decorative accessories as well as the room’s square footage. Generally, larger spaces look better with formidable fixtures that feature bold color choices or unique shade designs. Smaller fixtures can also work well in large spaces, provided that they are installed in groups or offer very distinct profiles. Smaller can also be installed at varying heights in spaces with higher than standard ceilings for an eclectic yet modern look.

Aside from considering the needs of the intended installation space, you will also need to focus on the type of lighting needed based on the activities that typically take place in the space. For example, bedrooms, living rooms, and entryways look for cluster pendant lights that feature opaque or semi-opaque shades that evenly distribute ambient lighting. In spaces where brighter task lighting is essential such as office spaces, formal dining rooms, and kitchens, go for cluster-style pendants that boast crystal clear glass or polycarbonate shades and support bright 3000K or 4000K color temperature LEDs.

Best-Selling Cluster Pendant Lights

Available in a stunning array of sizes, metallic shape finishes, and lamping types, today's best-selling cluster pendant lights offer unmatched variety. Top-selling cluster pendant models include contemporary fixtures with exposed interior incandescent or halogen lamping surrounded by colorful glass shades as well as models more suited to minimalist or utilitarian decor that feature understated yet sophisticated neutral shade finishes like black, white, or clear. A well-loved natural design option that works well in various spaces, multipoint typically feature glistening metallics like black nickel, polished chrome, and silver leaf and support both halogens and LED lamping.

For industrial, mid-century my ultramodern spaces, look for that are combined with beautiful metallic downrods and canopies in shades ranging from matte white and burnished steel. Other cluster pendants in this category feature a stunning cascade silhouette with up to 61 individual lamps made of sophisticated materials like glass, bone china, and ceramic combined with graduated downrods for an eye-catching mixed-media aesthetic.

In traditional spaces, are a good choice and the selection of fixtures is impressive. Top sellers include contemporary cylinder pendants with field-cuttable suspension cables and spun aluminum hardware. Shade colors range from crystal clear to sapphire blue making it easy to infuse traditional spaces with the contemporary feel of a cluster pendant fixture.

Other Considerations

In addition to aesthetic considerations, the size of the installation space and personal style preferences there are a few more things to consider before making a final decision. In terms of how to install cluster pendant lights, general hanging height rules apply. Fixtures like pendants, linear suspensions, and chandeliers should be suspended 28 to 36 inches above surfaces like tables and countertops. For open areas, the bottom of the hanging fixture should be between 60 and 70 inches from the floor. Following these generalized guidelines will guarantee the safety and functionality of your new cluster pendant fixture.