By Serihilda Ziegler. Pendant Lamps. Published at Friday, August 30th, 2019 - 00:44:05 AM.
While the task of securely hanging a horizontal ladder from the ceiling is daunting, doing so will let you create a completely unique and memorable centerpiece for a room—and a way to hang multiple lights. We love the idea of pairing the ladder with an angled ceiling to complement a rustic and charming kitchen.
For everyone else, with overhead cabinets or limited space, Stiletto’s Glühwürmchen DeLight is ideal. The plug-in light fits into the kitchen ambience regardless of your kitchen’s design and is a practical kitchen and work light. It only needs a socket, then quickly becomes a light source with additional light for the working area.
If you love the look of an industrial pendant light but can’t stand staring at a stark cord, disguise it! A thick jute rope will get the job done—and add a bit of rustic texture to the room. This lamp’s cord was first tightly wrapped with sisal to hide it, then dressed up even more with a length of knotted rope.
Over a kitchen island: Clear, ribbed or colored glass as well as metals all can make a statement, especially in multiples. Consider the proportions of your island. Like placement over a dining table, the pieces should neither overpower nor underwhelm. A single four-inch pendant would seem too small and not put out enough light. Hanging a pair of pendants with a 4-foot drop might measure around 42 inches from the surface of a 39-inch tall counter that spans around 72 inches.
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