LANROS Industrial Mini Handblown Pendant Light
Last updated date: May 20, 2020
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In our analysis of 26 expert reviews, the LANROS LANROS Industrial Mini Handblown Pendant Light placed 7th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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Adjustability: The Seeded Glass Pendant features a fully adjustable wire and is compatible with sloped ceilings to allow various hanging positions. Seeded Glass Shade: The handcrafted nature of the glass shade will produce minor differences in design and sizing. Dimensions: Overall 7.09"Dia x 60.75"H. Shade 7.09"Dia x 9.21"H. Cord 50"H (adjustable). Ceiling Canopy 4.72"Dia x 1"H. Kitchen Pendant Lighting. Classic Appeal: Two or three pendants in a row above your kitchen table, breakfast nook, will create excellent lighting, adding a classic retro appeal. Wide Compatible: Hand blew into an elegant shape, clear seeded glass will complement both traditional and modern decor, from industrial lofts to farmhouse kitchens. Bulb Requirements: Uses one medium-base E26 light bulb (60W max). Fully dimmable when used with a dimmable bulb and compatible dimmer switch.
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An Overview On Pendant Lights
The word “pendant” typically refers to a piece of jewelry that dangles from a chain around the neck. Similarly, a pendant light hangs from the ceiling on a chain, often looking like a larger version of the necklace type of pendant.
But pendant lights are as varied as any other type of ceiling fixture. You can find them in multiples, as well as with different types of shades. With some pendant lights, you can adjust the chain length to position the light at exactly the height you want. Some also have a chandelier effect, allowing you to hang each light at different lengths for a more distinctive look.
At its most basic, though, a pendant light is just a single bulb with a cylindrical cover. The cover is usually made of glass, of varying degrees of transparency and thickness. If you go for one that is more fragile in design, make sure it’s positioned so that it can’t be accidentally bumped into. Not only can it be dangerous, but you may also find it tough to replace the cover once it’s been damaged.
Where do pendant lights belong in the home? The possibilities are endless. Often, though, you’ll see them in kitchens — particularly over islands and tables — or in entryways and stairwells. You can also buy pendant lights for outdoor areas like porches, although you’ll definitely want to find one with plenty of durability if it’s going in an area where it will be exposed to wind and flying creatures like birds.
Pendant lights also come in useful for work areas. You can hang them over a workbench in a garage or a desk in an office. As long as you won’t bump your head on it every time you stand, pendant lights are a great way to light up the areas of your home where you spend the most time.
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Pendant lights are considered a type of chandelier, which is lighting named for the French word “chandelle,” which means candle. That’s because early chandeliers contained actual flame-burning candles, going all the way back to ninth-century Europe. By the 1400s, chandeliers had upgraded in quality and had become more readily available, although still they were mostly seen in homes of the wealthy. They began to appear in working-class homes in the 16th century, made from materials like wood, wrought iron and tin. However, by that time, fancier chandeliers were available that used materials like rock crystal. Even today, more elaborate chandeliers are typically seen in wealthier homes, although there are certainly affordable versions on the market.
The Pendant Light Buying Guide
- Matching your existing décor can be tricky. But you can find pendant lights for almost every style. If your home boasts a rustic or farmhouse motif, you may find a brass or oil-rubbed bronze finish is the perfect fit.
- Some pendant lights have a cylindrical dome that’s so transparent, the light bulb appears to float in midair. This creates an intriguing look that puts it a step above your usual ceiling fixture.
- Installing any light fixture can take a little work. While many are easy enough to piece together, if you don’t already have wiring installed, you’ll have to take care of that first. If you’re replacing an existing light fixture, though, you’ll just need to cut the power on the electrical panel and attach the wires.
- Pay close attention to the size of the base on the light you buy. Before you make your purchase, measure the hole where you’ll be installing it and make sure the base is large enough to cover the area.
- The dome that covers the lightbulb is essential. Handblown glass is popular, but it’s not as translucent as other options. Make sure the glass itself is thick enough that it will be durable, especially if the light is in an area where someone might accidentally bump into it occasionally.
- A pendant light with an adjustable chain offers more flexibility than those without. With an adjustable chain, you can easily increase and decrease the length as needed.
- While the lightbulb you choose will influence the amount of light your fixture provides, the light itself plays into that. Check to see the types of bulbs the pendant light supports. Some may not support smart bulbs or dimmable bulbs or even LEDs.
- If you’re looking for lights to install in a moisture-prone area like a bathroom, you’ll need to look for one that’s rated for that. This also holds true if you’re installing it in a kitchen, directly above a sink or stove.