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Pendant Lights are the most popular types of ceiling lights in Australia. Not only do they provide lighting for your room, but they double up as decorative pieces that can help set the mood and tone of the room! The most common locations for Pendant Lights in the home are above the staircase, the dining table and kitchen island bench; they are also becoming increasingly popular when used either side of the bed as well! Here we will discuss further the different types of pendant lights.


Single Drop Pendants

A single drop pendant light features a bulb suspended from a cord or chain. It is commonly employed as task lighting. If you require concentrated illumination for a particular space, such as above a kitchen island or dining table, this type of pendant light is an ideal choice.


Multi-Light Pendants

A multi-light pendant shares similarities with a single drop pendant, but it features multiple bulbs suspended from the cord or chain. This style of pendant light is ideal for crafting a dramatic ambiance or delivering increased illumination in spacious areas.


Linear Pendants

A linear pendant light is a slender, elongated fixture that incorporates multiple bulbs. These lights are commonly employed to offer ambient or task lighting in confined spaces, such as along a hallway or above a kitchen counter, where space is limited.


Crystal Pendants

Crystal pendant lights can be constructed entirely from crystal or incorporate materials like chrome to accentuate the beauty of the crystal. These lights can showcase crystal panels or include small crystal beads, resulting in distinct and captivating visual effects.


Modern Pendants

Modern pendant lights are characterized by their clean, crisp, and symmetrical designs. They often exhibit symmetry and sharp angles. While modern pendant designs can serve as captivating focal points in your home, it's important to consider other features in the room. Some modern styles may potentially overshadow or clash with existing elements, so careful consideration is advised.


Traditional Pendants

Traditional and classic pendant lights come in a variety of shapes, ranging from elegant curls to timeless round chandeliers. In contemporary designs, they can even feature more compact forms, such as spherical shapes. Classic hanging lights often showcase popular chandeliers adorned with crystals. These crystals are suspended on delicate cables, creating a beautiful light reflection. Some designs also incorporate leaf motifs for added elegance. Additionally, traditional pendant lights with fabric lamp shades are another appealing option. Candle-style lamps are frequently used to enhance the classic aesthetic.


Timber & Wooden Pendants

Incorporating wooden accents into your interior design is a simple and inviting way to introduce the beauty of natural materials. With a wide range of finishes, species, and applications available, wood offers versatility and warmth. If you're looking to infuse a touch of nature into your modern or traditional home, consider the exquisite charm of natural timber pendant lights.


LED Pendants

A LED pendant light is a lighting fixture that features a suspended, hanging design. It incorporates LED (light-emitting diode) technology, which provides energy-efficient and long-lasting illumination. LED pendant lights come in various styles, sizes, and finishes, offering versatile options for both residential and commercial spaces.




If you're on the hunt for a task or ambient light option, you should consider a Pendant Light - they can be used in nearly any room or area.


The Kitchen Island Bench is one area where most new home builders and renovators will effectively use pendant lights. They work best in odd numbers; eg 1, 3 or 5; the number of pendants is usually determined by the length of the bench. If you don't want to hang individual pendant lights across your kitchen island bench, it's great to consider a Linear Bar Pendant. These can effectively light up the entire bench evenly whilst giving a much cleaner look. 


If you are wanting a pendant for your Dining Room, a single pendant light would work best here; or if the space permits, a cluster of pendant lights. If you want to go down the route of a pendant light above your dining room table, we recommend a great statement piece here. The shape of your dining table can play a major part in choosing a pendant, so just ensure that the pendant light flows with the shape of the table. Eg, if you have a rectangular dining table, choose a pendant that runs across the length of the table to give it a much "fuller" look. 


Bathoom's are also becoming a popular place for pendant lights, but just bear in mind your states regulations with regards to installing electrical products in wet areas. 


Different themes call for different styles of pendant lights. For example; if you have plenty of timber accents and earthy tones, a Wooden, Timber or Cane Pendant Light could be the perfect match! If you're looking for a more classy and glitzy approach, take a look at our range of Crystal Chandeliers. These Crystal pendant lights are certain to make a statement in your home, and not only be functional, but be ready to impress your guests! 


Visit one of our JD Lighting Super Store's today and take a pic from some of the largest varieties of pendant lights on display in Australia Today! Our two retail showrooms are located at North Lakes & Browns Plains, QLD Australia.




The lighting's colour temperature is measured on the Kelvin (K) scale, ranging from colder blue tones to warmer yellow tones. The higher the 'K' value, the cooler the light. The ambiance of your room is influenced by the temperature of your lighting.


Choosing the ideal colour temperature for a specific room depends on the colour scheme, particularly the wall colours. Warm-toned wood tones such as red, orange, or yellow, harmonize best with warm-coloured lights (2700K to 3000K). However, if your space features cool hues like crisp whites, blues, greens, blacks, and greys, a cooler-toned illumination is more suitable (4000K to 5000K).


In general, for living rooms and bedrooms, a warmer-toned pendant light is preferred to create a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere. On the other hand, if the room already receives ample natural light, opting for a pendant light with a cooler temperature may be preferable in areas like the laundry room, workspace, or bathroom.


It is important to avoid mixing and matching colour temperatures within the same room. If warm lighting is already present, it is best to select a warm-toned pendant light to maintain consistency and coherence.




When selecting pendant lighting, the style becomes a pivotal factor. Opt for a style that resonates with your taste and seamlessly integrates with your overall home decor.


Traditional pendant lighting embodies intricate details and a classic aesthetic, making it versatile enough to complement farmhouse, antique, and rustic styles. On the other hand, contemporary pendant lights boast clean lines and a minimalist allure, providing a sleek and understated modern look.


For those who seek a blend of tradition and modernity, transitional pendant lighting offers a personalized touch by merging elements from both styles. If a more informal and playful ambiance is desired, unique pendant fixtures provide ample room for personalization.


Within each style category, you can further refine your choice based on themes such as farmhouse, coastal, vintage, industrial, wrought iron, and novelty.


Beyond style, pendant lights come in an array of finishes. It's advisable to harmonize with existing finishes in your home. For instance, if your door handles and cabinet hardware feature brushed nickel, selecting lighting fixtures with a complementary finish would be a wise move. Popular pendant light finishes include oil-rubbed bronze, polished chrome, brushed nickel, polished nickel, and black iron. This careful consideration ensures a cohesive and aesthetically pleasing lighting arrangement in your space.




When exploring pendant lighting, it's essential to avoid common mistakes for optimal lighting and aesthetics in your space. Here's a guide on what to steer clear of:


Mismatched Sizing - Choosing a pendant light that's too small or too large for the space can disrupt the balance. Ensure the pendant aligns with the room's proportions to avoid underwhelming or overwhelming effects.


Overlooking Pendant Height - The height of the pendant is crucial for both aesthetics and functionality. Hanging it too low may create safety risks and unwanted shadows, while placing it too high can result in insufficient illumination where needed.


Clashing Colours and Finishes - With a variety of colours and finishes available, it's important to harmonize with the existing room decor. Avoid clashes that could detract from the overall visual appeal.


Neglecting Purpose - Pendants serve different purposes, from task lighting to ambient illumination. Consider the intended use to avoid functionality mismatches for the designated space.


Ignoring Light Quality - Beyond brightness, the quality of light emitted is vital. Choose a pendant that casts a warm and inviting glow, striking a balance between enhancing the mood and providing practical illumination tailored to the space's specific purpose.