Would you know how to integrate a specific color into your décor? For example, a green pendant light with a bronze finish could be ideal for an antique setting. A satin nickel finish, on the other hand, would be a good option for a contemporary space. Green hanging lights where the metal becomes part of the shade display are suitable as focal points. In fact, some pendant manufacturers combine multiple hanging lights into one larger pendant and add the metal as a décor choice.
Shop for a Green Pendant Light That Balances the Interior Decor
A singular lime green pendant light brings a fresh attitude to a kitchen or bathroom. Select a fixture that is sufficiently large to provide adequate illumination and stay alone. In contrast, a dark green pendant light with multiple hanging light sources could be perfect above a kitchen island, in a nook, or a foyer. Because these fixtures may allow for different illumination heights, you can balance a room that already gets a lot of illumination from another space. Green pendant light fixtures with Murano glass shades are also good options for pairing with several bedroom textures.
Should you stay with one color for the entire home? Although some homeowners favor one color over another for an entire space, others like to mix and match green and blue pendant lights for a soothing interior. These tones play off one another beautifully. Go a different direction by pairing green and red pendant lights for a bold interior.