Beautiful & Luxury Pendant Lights for Your Living Room

Beautiful & Luxury Pendant Lights for Your Living Room

Luxury pendant lights are the perfect ornaments for your living room space. These eye-catching light fixtures can be hung from diverse heights and used to illuminate any part of your living room. You can go as bold as you like or as minimalistic as you want with these overhung lights.

Created by internationally acclaimed designers, the range of inspirational and beautiful pendant lights from FLOS will transform your living room into a space that is luxurious as well as harmonious. Here are five of our best-selling modern pendant lights for your living room:

1. Mod. 2097 by Gino Sarfatti

Mod 2097 Chandelier by Gino Sarfatti

Designed in 1958, the Mod.2097 chandelier is an ultra-modern representation of the classic mid-century traditional chandelier.The chandelier holds 30 to 50 incandescent bulbs emitting indirect light on a steel structure, available in brass/chrome plating and two sizes. Gino Sarfatti is known for his contribution to the modern architectural movement in lighting. The Mod. 2097 chandelier pendant light is a great example of his utilitarianism and his overall obsession of creating humble yet incredibly effective pieces of lighting.

2. AIM by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

AIM Ceiling Lights by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec wanted to keep the core essence of the lamp they created limited to the light source and its cord. The AIM ceiling light does just that and therefore fits in any kind of setting it is placed in not only because of its shape but also because it is designed to conveniently "aim" light at specific locations. The long cables can be adjusted to allow the fixture head and light distribution to be aimed. The cable has a total length of 29 ft 5 inches (9m) allowing the lamp to be suspended up to 9 ft 8inches (3m) from the ceiling.

3. String Lights by Michael Anastassiades

String Lights by Michael Anastassiades

"When I sit on a train traveling, I always see these strings of electricity out of the window. It's so beautiful and poetic the way they connect the pylons but at the same time they divide the landscape. I wanted to translate this into interior architecture." - Michael Anastassiades

The designer's inspiration for this piece comes from electricity lines, which makes a gracious transformation in your living room. You can arrange how the fixtures hang to suit your space. The on/off switch is electronic with optical mechanism, and along with the dimmer is operated via a free Bluetooth Android and Apple app.

4. Taraxacum 88 by Achille Castiglioni

Taraxacum 88 Modern Pendant Lights by Achille Castiglioni

Castiglioni created the "Taraxacum" in 1960, and the original design contained bulbs hidden under a transparent diffuser. In 1988, the design was revamped into a mixture of deep incandescent lighting adding cool, polished triangular aluminum features. Marking the year of its new design the "Taraxacum" was re-named the "Taraxacum 88". At the core of this Achille Castiglioni designed decorative hanging light fixture, "It is a bit of a blow to energy-saving but a big chandelier is meant for community areas, lobbies and rooms that need a lot of light for special occasions and so it also needs to be decorative.", as put by Castiglioni himself. The name "Taraxacum" comes from the scientific word for the very common plant -- the dandelion. Castiglioni managed to encapsulate the very shape of a dandelion in this modern pendant light design.

5. Tatou S by Patricia Urquiola

Tatou S Pendant Lights by Patricia Urquiola

This suspended lamp's diffused lighting will wow your guests with its uncompromising beauty and elegance. French for the English word “armadillo”, Tatou will dazzle your guests with its harmonious play of lights and instantly connect with its beholder on a strong emotional level. Accommodates halogen bulbs and is available in white, black and bronze.

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