Fave Five: Pendants in the Design Event

Our Semi-Annual Design Event sale is in full swing and will be running through the end of the month. In case you are having trouble finding the right ceiling light for your space, we gathered five of our favorite pendant lamps that are on sale during the Design Event from Louis Poulsen, Pablo, Marset, Niche Modern and Tom Dixon (sale starts 3/16). Take a look below and let us know what you are loving about our Design Event!

PH Artichoke by Louis Poulsen

PH Artichoke ChandelierThe Artichoke chandelier by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen is an iconic fixture that has a history dating back to 1958. The Artichoke has been seen in a number of TV shows and movies, as well as in residential and commercial spaces all over the world.

The PH Artichoke is available today in a smaller version to accommodate a wider variety of spaces. It’s available in Stainless Steel, Copper or White finishes and is just as contemporary now as it was when Henningsen first designed it in 1958.

Pablo Designs Swell Pendants

Swell Pendants by Pablo Designs

The Swell series from San Francisco’s Pablo Designs has become an instant favorite at Lumens.

This collection of pendant lamps are not only elegant and infinitely flexible, they are also driven with an energy-efficient LED light source and are rated to work in either indoor or outdoor spaces. There are multiple lamps in the collection that can be connected to one another depending on the size and layout of your space. Swell is available in a Black and Brass finish or a White and Brass finish.

We also went behind the design of the Swell collection in this exclusive Pablo Pardo interview.

Discoco Pendant by Marset

Marset DiscocoThe Marset Discoco is another favorite of the Lumens team and is also a top seller.

Designed by Christophe Mathieu for Marset, the Discoco chandelier is a series of lacquered discs floating around a chrome semi-sphere. The result of this unique design redirects and reflects light off the discs in a manner that fills and enriches any space where the light is placed.

Discoco is popular in hotels, restaurants and even in hospitals, however, it is also perfectly applicable in residential spaces.

What Shoppers Are Saying About Discoco:

I ordered 3 and placed them above the kitchen island. They also look amazing at night when the light is on. Loved the fact that is designed by one of my country men. Gracias Ghristophe. Que luces mas bonitas.

Niche Modern Solitaire Pendant

Solitaire Pendant by Niche Modern

Niche has made its name in modern lighting design by creating gorgeous glass pendant lights from its studio in New York. The company prides itself on creating designs that are made, not manufactured and the Solitaire Pendant proves this mentality with its unique design.

Designed by Jeremy Pyles, the Solitaire Pendant is a crisp, glass-blown bubble of light surrounding a single light bulb that looks fantastic on its own or in a cluster. The Solitaire Pendant is available in a variety of glass colors including Amber, Chocolate, Clear, Smoke and Sapphire.

Etch Pendant by Tom Dixon
(Sale Starts 3/16)

Tom Dixon Etch PendantThe Tom Dixon Etch collection of pendant lights and tea light holders is inspired by the beauty and logic found in mathematics. Of course, it’s one of our favorite Tom Dixon collections.

Designed by the famous British designer himself, the Tom Dixon Etch Pendant is a beautiful piece that will not only light the room in a substantially modern way, but it will also cast playful shadows on the wall due to its geometrically patterned design.

Etch is available in Black, Brushed Brass, Copper or Stainless Steel finishes.

Other Great Options

There are many design-driven pieces in our semi-annual sale from the pendants featured here to wall lights, table lamps, beautiful Danish furniture pieces from Fritz Hansen and more. Take a look at everything in the sale here.

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