I am a person that loves attractive interiors and as a true connoisseur of good taste in design I can’t simply pass today’s more and more popular use of industrial pendants. Their style originates from the old giant light fixtures that has been used in factories and industrial enterprises. The authentic rustic details and worn out surfaces can be spotted in today’s contemporary pendants.
Now, let’s have a look at the different types of industrial pendants:
Large industrial pendants
I like them most! I have seen a recent image of living room interior design and the area was really small. Despite the lack of space, there was a giant industrial lamp on the ceiling turning the light fixture into a focal point of the room. The result was impressive and it somehow didn’t look neither strange nor raw. Actually, it was quite cozy and welcoming.
Black industrial pendants
This is another gorgeous category of pendants which I admire. Black is an universal color that connotes style and perfection and it can be easily matches with many types of interior design styles. A black industrial lamp looks firm and adds a note of sophistication inside the room it is used in. I have met many rooms that bet on black and I must say that this was their most successful choice.
Kitchen industrial pendants
Believe it or not, but a recent research shows that kitchens are the areas where industrial pendants are used most. This was a strange statement even for my broad-minded personality because it thought that the most popular room had to be the living room. And when I understood the truth about the most common part of our homes where we use this type of pendants I decided to make a quick collection of images that touched my heart. You will see the elegant and, to be honest, the brutal perfection which these type of industrial lights bring in the atmosphere of a certain kitchen.
What is my favorite style? Classic curves, granite countertops, white cabinets, expensive appliances and industrial pendants. This is where I want to die!
And now, after exploring the amazing collection, feel free to watch the video below.