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Pendant Lighting

Pendant lighting is a popular lighting fixture that can add both functional and aesthetic value to a space. Pendant lights are suspended from the ceiling and can be used in a variety of settings, including homes, offices, and restaurants. Pendant lighting is often used as a decorative element in interior design and can be used to highlight specific areas.

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Endon Lighting

Endon Lighting is a UK-based lighting company that offers a wide range of lights for both residential and commercial spaces. The company has been industry leading 75 years and has built a reputation for producing high-quality and innovative lighting fixtures.

In addition to their extensive product range, Endon Lighting is also known for their commitment to energy efficiency and sustainability. Many of their products feature LED technology, which is more energy efficient and environmentally friendly than traditional lighting options. The company also uses recyclable materials in their packaging and works with suppliers who share their commitment to sustainability

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Pendants for 2023/24 interior design trends

We have hand-picked a range of 2023 on-trend pendants to compliment or become the focal point of any room. These pendants incorporate a range of different interior design styles we are likely to see in 2023/24. These include:

Dopamine Decor - I like it, I bought it.

New to trend but old in theory, dopamine decor abolishes popular trends and focuses on the individual person.

The design trend that we saw emerge in 2022 is quite simply "I like it, I bought it". This is a sophisticated sense of teenage rebellion re envisioned and funded by an adult budget. This juxtaposition of a trend is to simply fill your space with things that you like, not taking into account what is popular with society. This interior design method is likely attributed to the Marie Kondo "Does it spark joy?" sensation from a few years back.

We have included a selection of this happy and dopamine evoking styles. Surround yourself with things that bring you joy.

Maximalism - More, more, more!

Minimalism is finally coming to an end for most homes. We are seeing a return of maximalism which is the art of more, more, more!

It's a collection of all things, often mix-match and eccentric. You will see a cross-over between dopamine decor and maximalist for those adventurous souls. This design style is really for those who want to express themselves in their spaces.To really achieve the maximalist look, ensure that you are packing the room similar to arranging a large bouquet of flowers - leave no gaps!

We have included a selection of bold and powerful statement lights to really evoke excitement.

Heritage - Something old, something new.

With minimalism being replaced with maximalism, you will see a sophisticated splinter group reverting back to heritage. This interior design trend will incorporate more of an old English feel with vintage and traditional style designs

These designs will follow very clean lines but incorporating historic design trends such as wood paneling, floral pattern wallpapers, stripes, reclaimed and vintage furnishings.

You can imagine palaces, state homes, manors and royalty for inspiration. If this style is a little too polished, you can visit cottages, barn-houses and countryhomes from the same era for a more rustic look.

We have included a range of traditional pendants with a touch of 2023 modernism.

Sustainability - Naturally beautiful.

Using natural, renewable materials is the goal (and the trend) for 2023. We are seeing designers revert back to traditional manufacturing practices using recycled sustainable materials such as wood and metal. This will be a massive trend as we look to reduce our carbon footprint and save the planet.

Endo Lighting is one of the worlds biggest and brightest light manufacturers, so it's no surprise that they are creating a (very clean) trail of eco-friendly innovations and practices. They often create unique looks with eco-friendly materials such as bamboo and rattan whilst embracing solar technology.

All of our collections include sustainable materials such as bamboo, metal, and glass.

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Biophilic Luxury - The love of life!

Inspired by sustainability, we are now seeing an eccentric take on designs inspired by nature. We will see a fusion between nature, sustainability, and luxury bringing new eco inspired rich designs into the home. These designs will breathe elegance and class by reflecting mother natures timeless lines and effortless style. This collection focuses on a soft and welcoming environment intended to be comforting and awe-inspiring.

We have included eternal loops, flowing ropes, and even a volcanic rock pendant to bring luxury and nature together in your home.

Within this collection you will find naturally flowing designs inspired by nature.

Soft Modern - Subtle sophistication

Minimalism is still here to stay, but this time softer. Sharp white corners have been replaced with soft beige squircles. This design style is about subtle sophistication and soft furnishings. Whilst maximalism is about loud and expressive emotion, soft modern is about quiet relaxation in a no pressure environment.

This design style has likely emerged from the stress-induced, post pandemic, work-from-home environment. We have included a range of soft modern pendant lights to bring light and calmness into the home.

These pendants sit well with an abundance of soft furnishing such as shaggy rugs, bubble sofas, and cloud beds.

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Types of Pendant Lighting

There are several types of pendants, each with its own unique features and design considerations.

Mini Pendants:

Mini pendants are small often 3 pendant ceiling lights (or more) that are typically used in groups or cluster pendant lights. They are often used to provide accent lighting or to highlight specific areas or objects in a room.

Mini pendants are available in a wide range of styles and materials, including glass, metal, and bronze pendant light fittings. Popular cluster pendants include; gold pendant light, brass pendant light, copper pendant light, rattan pendant lights. You will find a lot of industrial pendant lighting with these materials. Furthermore, antique brass and bronze ceiling lights are highly sought after for bathroom lights.

Drum Pendants:

Drum pendants are pendant lights that have a cylindrical shape, resembling a drum. They are often used to provide ambient lighting in spaces such as bedrooms and living rooms. Drum pendant light shades are available in a wide range of materials, including fabric, metal, and glass.

Globe Pendants:

Globe pendants are lights that have a spherical shape, resembling a globe. They are often used to provide general lighting in spaces such as kitchens and dining rooms. Globe pendants are available in a range of materials, including glass and metal.

Lantern Pendants:

Lantern lights have a cage-like structure, resembling a lantern. They are often used to provide accent lighting or to create a specific ambiance in spaces. Lantern pendants are available in a range of materials, including metal and glass and often found in black pendant light fittings.

Multi-Light Pendants:

Multi-light pendants consist of several pendant lights that are connected to a single pendant light fitting. They are often used to provide functional lighting in large spaces, such as dining rooms and living rooms. Multi-light pendants are available in a range of styles and materials, and can be customized to fit specific design needs.

History of Pendant Lighting

Pendant lighting has a long history, dating back to ancient times. The Egyptians were one of the first civilizations to use pendant lights, which were made of clay and held oil lamps. The Greeks and Romans also used black pendant lighting, which was made of bronze or iron. During the Middle Ages, white pendant lighting was used in churches and cathedrals to illuminate religious paintings and sculptures.

In the 18th and 19th centuries, pendant lighting became more widely used in homes and other buildings. During this time, pendant lights were typically made of brass or other metals and held candles or gas lights. With the advent of electricity in the late 19th century, glass pendant lights evolved to include electric light bulbs. Today, lighting is available in a wide range of styles and materials, including glass, metal, and wood.

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Uses of Pendant Lighting

Pendant lighting can be used in a variety of settings, including homes, hallway pendant lighting, bar pendant lights, and retail stores. Pendant lights are often used to provide functional lighting in areas such as kitchens, dining rooms, and work spaces. They can also be used as a decorative element in interior design, adding visual interest and depth to a space.

In kitchens, pendant lighting is often used to provide task lighting over countertops and pendant lights over islands. Pendant lights can also be used to highlight specific areas or objects in the kitchen. They can highlight areas such as a decorative backsplash or a piece of artwork. Most often, bar lights, ceiling lights, and kitchen islands are the focus for lighting, especially over kitchen islands.

For dining table pendant light, ceiling pendant light is often used to create a specific ambiance or mood. Smoked glass pendant lights are well suited for dining room lights. The smoked glass provides general lighting and can be used to create a warm and soft atmosphere. Multi-light pendants are also commonly used in dining rooms, as they can provide sufficient lighting for large dining tables.

In work spaces such as home offices and studios, black pendant lighting can provide task lighting for work areas. Mini pendants are often used in these spaces. They can be clustered together to provide sufficient lighting over a desk or worktable.

In living room pendant light and bedrooms, pendant lighting lamp shades can be used to provide ambient lighting. Drum pendants are a popular choice for these spaces. These provide soft, diffused lighting that creates a warm and inviting atmosphere.