Replace your regular room lamps; bedside pendant lights are taking over, and it's not just a trend. Sure, we all love the modest lamp; they look beautifully symmetrical and creates a harmonious look when placed on either side of the bed. However, what if you don't have a table to put them onto?
Bedside pendant lights offer fantastic illumination without the need for over-cluttered stands. Since they're hanging from the ceiling (or alternatively attached to the wall), these lighting fixtures offer so much options than your usual lamps. Take a look at these reasons why you should opt for bedside pendants on your next room redecoration:
No table? No problem. Think of freeing a lot of space when you finally ditch the nightstand. Instead of a regular table, why not try a shelf of books to pick up during those sleepless nights, or an indoor garden of plants to allow nature in? With the pendant just hovering overhead, your new bedside decor will be nicely lit for a showcase. Tip: Hang your bedroom pendant lights a foot between the tabletop or your chosen decor. This is about 12-20 inches from the ceiling.
Instead of lamps, your tables can accommodate your room essentials and add a nice decorative touch to your room.
Our suggestion: for a more classic charm, we recommend a double serving of Opal Glass Light.
Night readers, don't fret. Bedside pendant lights have smart adjustability and can be dimmed or pushed to directions you need. You can finish your favourite novel without hurting your eyes from lack of light.
Our suggestion: set two Timber Metal Pendant on either side to create a retro warehouse look.
Mix and match, maybe? If you're all about tailored looks, putting together different pendant fixtures add a personal style to your bedroom. Choose from minimalist, eclectic, mid-century or industrial styles. Bundle them together in different colours. You'll be surprised how bedside pendant lights can turn your ordinary bedroom into a chic sanctuary.
A cluster of pendant lights from a high ceiling definitely makes a stylish impact
Our suggestion: you can’t go wrong with our Glass Pendant Light and incorporate other fixtures for variety.
Oh, and it doesn't have to be symmetrical. Quit the balancing act; create an illusion of movement by putting one pendant light lower than the other for a more contemporary flavour.
Our suggestion: Simplicity is beauty; two Nordic Pendant Light set in different angles can create a modern minimalist flair.
Odd numbers are in. A singular bedside pendant light can easily update your interior. You have the option to put it on one side and complement it with a bedside lamp to get the best of both worlds. Tip: Hang the light in line with the bed head. Choose a pendant fixture that matches the tones in the room – take it from your selected linen and accents.
One bedside pendant light is enough to brighten up your moody room
Our suggestion: A singular Loft Ceiling Light in XL can duplicate this look.
Renting? We have an alternative. Sleek, clean and simple; light cords provide a way to hang your pendant lights without the need for drilling into the ceiling. Use hooks and let it hang above your bedside for that industrial charm.
Light cords make pendant lights possible even for those living in apartments.
Our suggestion: Add some colour by infusing Copper with this pendant light.
Have we convinced you to try bedside pendant lights on your next room project? Let us know your thoughts; share your comments below.
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