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Whether you are looking for a light fixture for your commercial or residential area, you can never go wrong with cluster pendant light. By definition, a pendant light is any light fixture that is mounted on to the ceiling and hangs down on a rope, metal chain or rod—like a pendant hanging from a necklace. Cluster pendants are simply two or more light sources or lampshades hanging down from a central suspension; sometimes they are connected by a single chain, but there are at least two or more light bulbs in the fixture. Installing an authentic cluster pendant lighting fixture to a dining room will definitely add a trendy, modern and stylish vibe to the place.
The first thing you have to consider when choosing a cluster pendant is the height of the area or room. Certain types of cluster pendants, especially the ones hanging through a suspension cable or rope are adjustable, making them easy for you to style as you wish.
Always ensure you hire a qualified electrician to install the cluster pendant. If you want to adjust the height, you can get it done at the time of installation. Any pre-assembly or post-assembly can be done by you and this will definitely save you on labour costs. There are cluster pendant lights of all sizes from small to large, but choose the one that fits your room. It’s a good fit if the lowest point of the light fixture is around 1.5 metres above the floor or 1 metre above the dining table. It must not be hung too high that it looks more like a ceiling light than a pendant light.
Next, you have to make sure that the design of the cluster pendant goes well with the theme of your dining area. From the colour of the walls to the décor, your lighting should complement the place and not be a distraction. Certain cluster pendants are made with colourful materials for a creative and artistic feel while others are built with stainless steel and glass for a more modern and elegant vibe. If your dining area is a little rustic, there are cluster pendants designed with hemp rope, so they could blend with the mid-century theme while adding a touch of class to the room.