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Modern Pendant Lights Australia

Modern Pendant Lights Australia

 

Choosing the right lighting for the right room is essential to good aesthetics and ease of use in a space. A popular current form of including lighting in your home is by the use of Decorative Pendant lighting. It offers the perfect balance between appearance and usability, providing efficient illumination through the use of hanging lights. Pendant light fittings tick all the boxes by delivering ambient, task and decorative forms of lighting. Lighting and Living offer an extensive selection of pendant lights for any room in the house or office.

Our great range of pendant lights online come in various styles and price ranges. Whether you are looking for something to stand out and fashion-forward or just want a practical, strong light, we have it all. From chandeliers and crystal pieces to metal pendant lights, modern pendant lights and traditional pendant lights, our range will inspire and invigorate. Many of the pendant lights available now are LED or are LED compatible. Our trained staff welcome the opportunity to assist you to make an informed selection.

Made of concrete, glass, copper and many other materials, customers swear by them to light up their homes and buildings in an efficient and aesthetically and enjoyable way. LED lights are also available via our site, and are particularly suitable for those who wish to purchase a lighting solution that is energy-efficient and powerful. Furthermore,  Lighting and Living ensures to offer all of our products at the best prices in the industry.

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Pendant lights on the 2019 trend of lighting:

The Grown-Up Mobile

Otherwise known as the abstract chandelier, the grown-up mobile is one of this year’s hottest lighting trends. We may have grown beyond the starry lights and plush toys dangling above our cot, but we can still enjoy the mesmerising effects of a mobile. Whether you’re lying on the couch with a book, or reclining in front of the fire with a glass of wine, these impressive light installations will keep you entertained for hours. Our favourite picks – the chemical-compound-like geometric webs, or the clustered free-hanging pendants.

Each year brings new trends in every category, and lighting is no different. We’re seeing beautiful new options across pendant lighting trends that will work in any room of your home. We love that many of these trends translate across different styles and aesthetics, so it’s not hard to mix and match. Some trends have carried over from 2018, but many are new and surprising. You’ll continue to see vintage bulbs since that trend is still going strong, but mixed materials and unique textures soften the look. Some trends seem to contrast, like warm metals versus polished nickel, but this allows for fun flexibility in your decorating. From unique handmade blown glass to the geometric patterns of open frame lighting, these styles will refresh a room for the year ahead.

Even though lighting is an investment, pendants are a smaller option that are perfect for trying out a trend. But we’ve done our research, and we’re confident these trends will stick around beyond this year (a few are only just getting started!). This is a great year to mix and match styles and textures, so you’ll easily find pieces to coordinate with your existing chandeliers and sconces. Pendant lighting also brings depth to a room that only has overheard recessed lighting and also provides closer light in hard-to-reach areas of a room.

If you aren’t using pendants in your home yet, we hope you have a good idea where to start. Choosing a unique piece with some of these features will help you bring your own personality and aesthetic to favorite rooms in your home, whether you’re polishing a sleek modern space or brightening a rustic farmhouse.

  1. Blown Glass Pendants

Blown glass is one of the top pendant lighting trends for good reason. With a huge variety of shapes and styles, you can find the perfect pendant for any space in your home. Many designers pair a clear glass fixture with an Edison light bulb to give a warm glow in a rustic space, but a row of smaller identical pendants along a dining area can be a sleek addition to a modern style kitchen. On a practical note, these clear fixtures also work well in small spaces, as they provide plenty of light without disrupting the line of sight in a room.

Click for our pick for a glass pendant light here.

  1. Weathered Finishes

Another fun lighting style is the weathered or distressed pendant lighting trend. Made popular by top decorating shows, these fixtures are perfect if you’re looking to recreate the farmhouse look in your own home. You’ll be looking for wood chandeliers with distressed paint or rusted industrial-style pieces. These wood or galvanized metal fixtures blend well with several different styles, adding texture to an otherwise sleek space or putting the finishing touch on an already rustic room.

Take a look at our rustic ‘concrete’ aesthetic pendant light here.

  1. Open Frame Pendants (aka Cage, Carriage & Lantern)

If distressed is not the look you’re going for, you’ll be happy to see the popular open frame trend in pendant lighting. Also known as cage, carriage, or lantern, this pendant lighting trend is characterized by clean and simple lines. You’ll find a variety of finishes for this style from gold to black iron and everything in between. Brass or iron finishes blend well without being overbearing. Of course, if you do want a statement piece, this style will not disappoint. Clusters of “cages” and geometric patterns will be the finishing touch in your space.

View our natural, lantern pendant light here.

  1. Mixed Material Pendant Lights

You no longer need to be concerned about mixing gold, silver, copper or even wood. Everything works together now! Experimenting with mixed materials in lighting brings a customized look to any room, and you shouldn’t be afraid to mix materials throughout your decorating. Many of the previous trends feature a bare lightbulb, which you might find too harsh for your style. Avoid this by choosing a light with a sleek metal cage around a traditional fabric lampshade, or even by using an opaque glass shade.

Check out our matte black and copper pendant light by clicking here.

  1. Unique Textures

When you’re looking for the best light fixture in your kitchen, dining area, or living room, consider some of these trendy unique textures! Obviously, clear cut or blown glass aren’t the only options for glass. You’ll find seeded glass (small bubbles in the glass), antique glass, frosted, or colored options. Some pieces even add a crackled element to the glass to appear shattered. Metals come in just as many varieties with hammered brass, rubbed bronze, or wrought iron to name a few. You’ll also see jute rope and wood while searching through textures, creating a great opportunity to mix and match.

This pendant light mixes metal and plywood for a unique experience, take a look here.

  1. Warm Metal Pendant Lights

Warm metals are a huge trend to try in 2018! While rose gold had its moment last year, the trend is moving towards copper and vintage gold this year. These help to tone down the brightness of a yellow gold while maintaining the upscale feel. The vintage gold finish also brings a strong contrast to a white room, while using bronze and copper in rooms with dark wood cabinetry or trim makes the room moodier.

This wood and glass pendant light creates a warm, rustic look to your space, click here to see it.

  1. Polished Nickel Pendants

Polished nickel might be considered a reinvention of chrome in bathroom fixtures, but it’s certainly refreshing to see the softer tone in lighting details throughout the home. While this trend started in faucets and knobs, this year it brings another elegant option to lighting. While you might think it only belongs in a modern space, the polished nickel pendant lighting trend brings a sophisticated touch to rustic rooms, as well.

Take a look at our Autumn three light pendant here.

Take a look through the rest of our products here.