Do you need an accent piece that will visually tie a room together? With large pendant lighting, it is possible to combine form with function. Available in copper, satin nickel, and primary color finishes, they create a tremendous draw to the eye. Oversized pendant lights also satisfy your need for style. If you are looking for something contemporary, decorative, transitional, or Tiffany, there are larger pendants that will fit the bill. Find the perfect hanging light for your entryway, living room, dining room or kitchen island. While mini pendant lights reflect minimalist style and fit nicely in smaller spaces, large geometric pendant ceiling lights make more of a statement in larger spaces.
Choosing the Ideal Location for A Large Pendant Light Fixture
An extra large pendant light can look as great indoors as it does outdoors. Moreover, these fixtures work very well in kitchens, bedrooms, great rooms or over a dining table. You might even consider the addition of a large dome pendant light with clear glass shade for a master bathroom. Of course, interior decorators and builders are quickly catching on to the customer preference of having larger pendants. Not surprisingly, you will see plenty of large kitchen pendant lights in new builds or redesigned homes. Whether you're looking for something retro or a bit more mid-century modern, you'll find large pendant lights to fit your style. These light fixtures are available with incandescent, Edison, or LED light bulbs.
Shop some of our most popular large pendant light fixtures including the ET2 Elements Pendant Light, George Kovacs Alluria Sputnik-Style LED Pendant, Minka Lavery Aureum dimmable hanging light, Feiss Prospect Park 4-Light Satin Nickel/Chrome Drum Pendant Lighting, and Quoizel Inglenook Bowl Pendant. Shop from lots of other lighting fixture brands as well, including Sonneman, Kichler, Mitzi and Feiss. You'll also find many finish options to fit your style including polished nickel, chrome, matte black, brushed nickel and bronze finish. Coordinate your new pendant ceiling lighting with existing sconces and chandeliers.
Should you use multi-light designs or select directional light heads? When buying large glass pendant light fixtures, directional setups make the most sense. However, you could also choose an opaque shade material. In this case, a large globe pendant light with multiple illumination options could be the best choice.