Whether you cluster an array of pendants in a single glass color or group multiples in varying hues, our modern pendants offer endless possibilities. Get inspired by these three residential interiors with multi-pendant lighting displays.
1. Stairway Pendant Lighting
This historic Boston home by LDa Architecture & Interiors features a grouping of our Pharos, Oculo, Bella, Minaret, and Pod pendants in Crystal glass. Hanging over the stairway, which connects the family room to the kitchen and outdoor patio, our handmade pendants create a simple yet elegant display that enhances the space. When high ceilings are involved, stairway pendant lighting creates an even more dramatic, cascading effect. The Crystal glass helps to unify an array of silhouettes and accentuates the neutral palette.
2. Living Room Pendant Lighting
A cluster of Niche pendants hang in the living room of this Santaluz home by Bruce Peeling and Dawson Design Group. Above the seating area hangs a Stamen, Turret, Aurora, Oculo, Solitaire, Pod, Pharos, and Minaret pendants. The rich glass colors complement the space's warm wood tones. The pairing of these hues and the varying drop lengths from which the pendants hang makes for a truly unique display. Read more about this renovation.
3. Kitchen Pendant Lighting
This Harrison, New York home by Mockler Taylor Architects features three of our Aurora pendants in Sapphire glass and two of our Stamen pendants in Amber glass above the kitchen island. The bold honey-colored and blue hues add a burst of brightness to this interior, standing out against a 15-foot-long cast-in-place concrete island and custom cabinetry.