It’s raining vintage glass pendants. If rain looks this good leave the umbrellas at home and let’s get wet. I like a single pendant light hanging over the kitchen sink or above a side table. But there are no rules when it comes to vintage lighting. Break tradition and hang one, two, three or even five pendants in any room of your home. The more lights you hang the more drama you can create. Of course they should all be the same pendant light like in this small reading nook. But you can create more impact in the kitchen, dining room or entrance foyer of your home with a large grouping of similar lights.
Vintage Glass Pendants
Inspired by Italian vintage lighting from the early part of the last century, this pendant light has a metal base with an antique brass finish, a clear glass shade and a vintage cloth wire. Hang a cluster of pendant lights over the kitchen island but don’t hang them in a straight line. Instead hang a dozen vintage glass pendants all in a group at different heights. Hang a cluster of pendants over the dining room table or hang a group of them in the grand two story foyer. Either way, these lights will create a one of a kind lighting display in your home. And for added drama use a vintage Edison bulb to cast a warm glow of light to the surface below. Rain in the forecast, no problem. Let it rain.