The rules of pendant lighting know no bounds. So you've picked your perfect trio during our buy 2, get 1 free sale, but you don't necessarily have to keep all three pendant lights in a row. Take a look at these modern kitchens that break the norm and separate a three-pendant combination within the space.
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design's turn-of-the-century modern kitchen uses three identical Minaret pendant lights in Crystal with our Polished Nickel glass holder for a sleek and sophisticated feel. Two hang above the kitchen island and the third is in close proximity above the sink, and they all twinkle with the help of the sun-drenched windows.
CFK Interiors also used three Crystal glass pendants, but this time switched up the shapes for their farmhouse kitchen design. Over the counter is our classic Binary pendant light, while above the eat-in table hang two Aurora pendant lights. All three lights really add a modern appeal to this countryside farmhouse interior.
This Park Slope Brownstone renovated by Ben Herzog Architects breaks down the mold even more by using two pendant shapes in two signature glass colors. Bella pendant lights in Crystal above the kitchen island are joined by their table centerpiece counterpart, the Terra pendant light in Gray. Both glass colors fit perfectly with the marbled countertops and silver fixtures and appliances.