Our favourite artistic and designer pendant lights

Choosing a pendant light that will hang over a shared space is a no time to be timid. Choose an artistic conversation starter or a timeless style piece with the help of these picks from HOME’s stylist and designer Catherine Hills.

Fantail
‘Fantail’ light by David Trubridge for Dialog, $1250 from Backhouse.
Space Line
‘BHD 129 Space Line’ pendant by BoConcept, $499 from BoConcept.
Koura
‘Koura’ pendant by David Trubridge, $373 from Backhouse.
Syra
‘Syra’ pendant by Alex Fernández Camps and Gonzalo Milà for Bover, $4795 from ECC.
Lotus
‘Lotus’ pendant by BoConcept, $59 from BoConcept.
Spin Light
’Spin Light’ pendants by Lucie Koldová for Lasvit, $2120 from Matisse.
‘04 Chandelier’
‘04 Chandelier’ by Douglas and Bec, $2390 from Douglas and Bec.
‘Drop’
‘Drop’ pendant by BoConcept, $689 from BoConcept.
‘Pilke 60’
‘Pilke 60’ light by Tuukka Halonen for Showroom Finland, $1265 from Katalog.
‘Santorini’
‘Santorini’ pendant by Sputnik Estudio for Marset, $640 from ECC
‘Acorn’
‘Acorn’ by Tim Wigmore for Dialog, $1065 from Backhouse.
‘Belle’
‘Belle’ pendant by David Trubridge, $435 from Backhouse.
‘Factory’
‘Factory’ pendant by BoConcept, $629 from BoConcept.
‘Inhale’
‘Inhale’ pendant by Nendo for Lasvit, $1930 from Matisse.
‘Cuad’
‘Cuad’ suspension lamp by Burkhard Dammer for LZF, $3019 from UFL.
‘Triangle’
‘Triangle’ pendant by Douglas and Bec, $390 from Douglas and Bec.
‘Geometry’
‘Geometry’ pendant by BoConcept, $449 from BoConcept.
‘Low Triangle’
‘Low Triangle’ pendant by Douglas and Bec, $590 from Douglas and Bec

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