I’m greedy for vintage glass pendant lights. Normally, I would not be an advocate for greed but when it comes to glass pendants I’m all for it. Interior design is probably one of the few areas where greed is not a sin.
Vintage Glass Pendant Lights
According to Wikipedia, greed is defined as an inordinate or insatiable desire for unneeded excess, particularly when it relates to wealth, status, power and food. To possess more than one needs resulting in deprivation to others of potential means for basic survival and comfort. Well I don’t think my greed for more than one pendant is harming anyone. And they look so good together that it’s hard to resist. Long gone are the days of hanging one light over the table. In today’s world, we have bar counters, kitchen islands and grand dining tables. Even if the size of an average family has shrunk to four people, today’s modern family wants to eat in style. Rooms and spaces are larger and that means more lighting. A row of lights over the counter, a group of lights over the kitchen island and even two chandeliers over the formal dining table. Bigger spaces demand more light but they also require more design. One pendant light can look lost over a large island or counter so fill it up to add more light for prep work and more light for style. So when it comes to lighting go ahead and get greedy. Get these vintage glass pendant lights.