Which tone do you prefer: lilac, lavender, or purple? For a great room, a large purple pendant light is a fantastic choice. It draws the eye but is not so bright as to overshadow other décor choices. A lighter purple hanging light works well in bedrooms and other spaces where you might choose lower-wattage illumination. The lighter tone looks attractive and easily blends in with your furnishings and other color choices.
The use of a purple pendant light shade does more than simply mute the illumination. It also allows some color to become a part of the display. For a contemporary look, we recommend the installation of a purple pendant light fixture with multiple light sources that are bundled together at the mounting point. It looks sleek and lets the shade color become a critical player in the interior décor. In contrast, a violet pendant light may have a more earthy appeal, and could be a good choice for a themed sitting room, nook, or bathroom.
Are you feeling adventurous? Add red and blue pendant lights into your space. Together with the purple color of other fixtures, you create a bold interior décor. For a mysterious décor choice, there are sleek black pendant lights that are at home in modern, minimalist, and some transitional home decors.