Ask DW: Oh kitchen pendant where art thou?

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

So my friends M & G are busy tackling a kitchen reno with pre-schooler running around not to mention an 8 month old baby starting to crawl. Good times I say. So they have asked me to help with narrowing down some kitchen pendant light options for their lovely mid-century bungalow. They are going with a classic white kitchen, white subway tiles and throw in some black countertops for good measure. They only want one pendant for a sloped kitchen ceiling and are leaning towards a indusrial chic look. I've listed some options below...what do you think?
Option 1 - Vintage Streetlight from Restoration Hardware. So far M&G have their eyes on this one.
Option #2- School house pendant also at available at Restoration Hardware. A classic and an easy fix. I would probably pick the bronze finish.
Option #3- While we're hanging out at Restoration Hardware, I have to say that this is one of my favourites, but not sure if it will give enough light. Filament pendant available at Restoration Hardware.
Option# 4- Okay maybe a stretch but wow...this one would grab your attention. Petra Pendant lamp available at Crate & Barrel.
Option #5 - Look at this modern piece? M & modern eh? I like it though. Available at Morba.
Option #6 - love these Tom Dixon 'Beat Lights' and they look even better in person. Maybe an arrangement of 3 grouped together. You can pick up versions at Morba. love.

Okay maybe not an option here either but is this a crazy pendant light or what? Loving this Edison Chandelier. Available at Pottery Barn.


tina / half of what I say said... [Reply to comment]

I am utterly obsessed with Tom Dixon everything. I'm thinking of how to approach my husband to convince him that we need to install a TD fixture about the bath in my ensuite. Which would involve reworking of a house we moved into less than a year ago. EEK!

gita @ gingerpiece said... [Reply to comment]

#2 is definitely my favourite, followed by #3. But the first one says "industrial" to me more so than the others.

travelkate said... [Reply to comment]

Option #3 is my favorite!

Wendy @ Desire to Decorate said... [Reply to comment]

i'm thinking something in polished nickel would really pop as 'industrial' against the classic kitchen. I'm thinking the Hicks Pendant Light by Thomas O’Brien.

Lisa - A Room with A View said... [Reply to comment]

The Petra is an amazing, interesting piece and I do love the Edison from PB..a lot of different choices. Not an easy decision, I'm sure.

Mlle Paradis said... [Reply to comment]

hope you don't your blog and loved the picture you did of the flowers floating on water a couple posts back - i've borrowed it. gave you credit and linked here!

if you're not happy with me using it, i'll take it down. but hope you take it as a compliment! cause that's how it's meant.

happy september!

Shanthi said... [Reply to comment]

Option 5 - if it matches their rest of the style :-)

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