Favorite Pendant Light Round Up

If you’ve ever done any type of remodel or refresh on your home you know that it takes hours of researching just the right items.

First, you go to Pinterest and find at least 25 kitchens you like, then you zero in on just the lighting. You’re surprised just how expensive the ones you absolutely love are and then you start looking for looks for less. So today, I’m sharing Emily’s top affordable finds for pendant lights.

I’ll start with the light we chose. We have until January 31 to return it and I’m dying to hold it up in the kitchen space to see if it will work. Cabinets are almost all in, but still not officially in place.

This was the light that felt like it would pull the entire look together. Here’s to hoping it will work!

If it doesn’t work, our back up is this cutie from West Elm. Simple yet still a statement.

This one is a great way to fill the space with double domes.

This is the most expensive pendant, but gives such a classic feel. It is from Devolv Kitchens.

A similar but less expensive option of the last one is this darling pendant from Wayfair. It would add a little charm to any space.

Similar to those ceramic lights are these shade lights. They add a different texture to the kitchen and allow a nice homey feel. The first is from Shades of Light.

I love the structure around the shade, giving it a little more detail.

The second shade is from West Elm. It is a classic shade and I love the linen texture on the shade.

If you like a globe pendant, this one is amazing. I love that you are able to see the light, but also that the structure is simple and classic.

It is from Shades of Light.

This was the original pendant light but I decided I wanted something with softer lines. I love how classic this is and think it would elevate any space.

It is also from Shades of Light.

If you’re looking for any specific item for a remodel or upgrade, check out Emily’s Pinterest boards. She literally has a board for every detail of the home improvement process.