Pendant lights are a beautiful addition to any room. From kitchen to bathrooms, living rooms to bedrooms, they can add serious style points while basking your room in a warm and cosy glow.
Whether putting together a design plan for a new home, commercial space, or just a room to be remodeled, lighting design must be carefully considered. Properly lighting a space helps a designer create a desired mood in a room by highlighting shapes, textures, and focal points.
When it comes to indoor light fixtures, pendant lights have a long history, and in recent years have seen a surge in their popularity. Contemporary designers are using these fixtures in a wide variety of applications both residential and commercial. From general kitchen lighting in a remodel to providing funky atmosphere hanging over tables in a new local restaurant, pendants lights are the answer to many lighting design problems.
Downlight Pendants direct light — downwards. This makes them very suitable for task illumination. These lights supply intense, direct light that is best for fine-detailed work, including reading and cooking. As such, they are a common choice for illumination above kitchen islands.
Many designers outfitting a commercial location have come to appreciate the value of pendant lighting. Most prominently, the bar and restaurant industry has taken to using this style of fixture. Designers have long used drop lights for kitchen lighting. A restaurant or bar is really just a public kitchen, making cylinder pendant lights a natural fit. Imagine this Cylinder Pendant Light with Vertical Line Pattern providing the perfect atmosphere for a modern lounge.