Featuring a beautiful silk shade, this sophisticated pendant design adds a fresh look to any room space. The frame and top canopy are in a sleek polished nickel finish. The look is from designer Libby Langdon for Crystorama.
It’s a look you’ve seen before, from the biggest restaurants to the smallest spaces: pendant chandeliers for the kitchen are certainly the hot trend right now. And for good reason. Suspended from the ceiling, they provide excellent light for workspaces. With a variety of different styles available, they add a ton of personality, too. Smaller designs can be placed in a row over counters and islands. Large kitchen chandeliers can serve the same purpose, plus they provide general illumination for the entire space. To find out how to choose the right pendant chandelier for your kitchen, read our How to Buy a Chandelier guide. Then, browse our entire selection to find thousands of kitchen pendant chandeliers for every size and style room. Or feel free to speak with our lighting professionals at 800-782-1967 for design recommendations. We’re here to help!
This Glitter Stone pendant from Besa Lighting has a drum-shaped diffuser is fashioned from clear blown glass with an innovative crystal coating that makes it shimmer like a snowcapped Mount Everest. Handcrafted by master artisans, the level of detail invested .
Free Shipping* on our best-selling kitchen pendant chandeliers. Whether it’s a light over the breakfast nook or mini pendants over the island, you’ll love the look of these kitchen pendant chandelier designs.
Free Shipping* on our best-selling kitchen pendants. Our selection of kitchen pendant lights are perfect for breakfast nooks, in prep areas and over an island or table.
Every kitchen is different and with that there are many different uses for kitchen pendant lighting. You may be lighting a work area or lighting a breakfast nook. You may wish to use a single pendant or an entire row of them. No matter what you do, here are some general tips for where and how high to hang pendant lights in the kitchen:Islands and Counters: Allow between 28 and 36 inches between the countertop and bottom of the pendant. Keep at least 14″ between the pendant and the edge of the counter.Kitchen Tables and Nooks: Allow 28 and 32 inches from the table top and the bottom of the pendant. Also be sure that the pendant is at least 12 inches smaller than the width of the table.If you’re hanging pendants in a row over a counter or island, space them out at approximately 15 inches apart, measured from edge to edge. This ensures even lighting across the work surface.For general ideas, check out our tips for lighting the kitchen or speak with our lighting specialists. We’re here to help.
This stunning contemporary pendant chandelier from the Color + Plus™ lighting collection will add personality and a punch of designer color to your home decor. The design features an exclusive Madeira designer color font and brushed nickel finish accents that .
This fashionable pendant chandelier will give your home decor an instant upgrade. A 1/8″ thick acrylic diffuser at the bottom of the shade prevents glare. The design includes extra cable and cord for a versatile hanging height. U.S. Patent # …
Featuring a beautiful silk shade, this sophisticated pendant …
Classic period decorating can add a warm, inviting look to a home. Our classic pendant light designs can help you achieve that look. With traditional details ranging from Tiffany style glass to crystal accents, these classics are a great fit for turn-of-the-century homes and new construction alike. For a trendy look that’s rooted in vintage style, check out our selection of schoolhouse lights with beautiful glass diffusers. The understated elegance of traditional pendant lighting is a pleasure to behold and a perfect way to give your space an inviting period look. Best of all, you’ll enjoy free shipping on our best-selling designs.
This stunning contemporary pendant chandelier from the Color …