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    Create a Well-Designed Space with Copper and Glass Pendant Lighting

    Considered one of the most versatile lighting types, pendant lighting is widely regarded by consumers and design professionals as one of the best ways to bring both ambient and task lighting into modern spaces. For today’s contemporary residential and commercial spaces, pendant lighting there are so many options that bode well with various decor styles including industrial, mid-century modern, traditional and even minimalist.

    Typically installed in common areas like kitchens, dining rooms, and foyers, copper and glass pendant lighting is available in a range of sizes and styles, which makes choosing the perfect fixture somewhat challenging.

    Where Copper Glass Pendant Lighting Works Best

    Selecting the right copper glass pendant lighting starts with evaluating the characteristics of the intended installation space. In general, larger standalone pendant lights work best in residential or commercial spaces with ample square footage, but, depending on the layout of the room, it may be better to install a duo or trio of miniature or mid-sized pendant lights to achieve the desired look. Smaller spaces tend to look better with mini pendants or even smaller chandeliers so always consider the dimensions of the space before deciding on copper pendant.

    Once you have considered the overall layout of the space, it’s time to think about the style of the room. For minimalist or ultramodern spaces, look for that can serve as an eye-catching focal point in an otherwise neutral space. Popular modern copper pendants feature bold silhouettes that usually have clean, angular lines, spherical smoked glass shades, and partially exposed flexible metal downrods that add an industrial touch. Many of the bestselling copper pendant lights made for contemporary interiors also include built-in LED lamping that provides brilliant, long lasting light in kitchens and other areas that benefit from extra illumination.

    If you intend to install your new copper glass pendant light in a traditional or mid-century modern space, look for fixtures that feature a lantern-inspired profile complete with deep metallic finishes like burnished brass or dark bronze combined with on-trend yet classic Edison bulbs. Alternatively, offer a neutral option that won’t compete with existing decor and blend well with classic design elements.

    Other Things to Know about Copper Glass Pendant

    While appearance is certainly an important part of choosing the right copper glass pendant, there are some more things to keep in mind. In terms of lighting type, most of the top models utilize energy-efficient LED lamping but there are several styles that also accommodate halogen or incandescent lamping. If you are unsure of how much light you will need in a space, consider choosing a pendant light with an integrated ELV (electronic low voltage) dimmer for total customization.

    Regardless of where you choose to install a new copper glass pendant light, there are some other things to keep in mind to make the installation go as smoothly as possible. The drop height of ceiling fixtures like chandeliers, pendants, and linear suspension must follow strict installation guidelines to ensure safety. This is especially true if you plan to install your new pendant fixture is in a space with a non-standard ceiling, such as those with vaulted or sloped ceilings. Make sure you choose a pendant or other hanging fixtures specifally designed for use in hard to light spaces and enlist the help of a qualified contractor to assist with proper installation of hardwired fixtures.