Perhaps one of the best ways to transform your interior and create a unique statement is by putting the focus on your ceiling with a modern chandelier! Grouping together an array of a few small lights, you can create something rather striking and distinctive, without the expensive price tag that is often associated with traditional chandeliers. You can create a focal point that is truly individual and unlike any other light! In this blog, we are going to look at the many ways you can incorporate cluster lighting into your interior. From quirky chandeliers to ‘barely there’ exposed bulbs, you’ll be sure to find the perfect lighting feature for you!
Brooklyn 5 Wire Pendant – Brass, £159, by Industville (Image supplied by @miffyshaw)
Create An Industrial Chandelier
For a modern-day take on the chandelier, take inspiration from our Brooklyn 5 Wire Pendants. Offering a vast amount of flexibility, you can choose from a range of options to really make the design your own. For a more understated look, perhaps opt for the exposed bulb option. If you are looking for a bolder statement, consider the 5 Wire Pendants with shades as well. Not only can you choose from a variety of styles, but you can also choose from a range of beautiful colours; brass, pewter and copper just to name a few!
To take that extra step to creating a truly unique light, there is a vast range of flex colours to choose from, so you can ensure the fittings match your interior effortlessly. You can also choose from different lengths so that you can hang your vintage lights at the perfect height. If you are looking for lights in your hallway or a long drop stairwell, our Brooklyn 5 Wire Pendants can be arranged in a more traditional loop style. Industrial dining room lighting is becoming a popular trend too, with many opting for a chandelier style arrangement above their table. The layout mimics a regular chandelier, but the industrial twist makes for an eye-catching feature.
Brooklyn 5 Wire Pendant – Brass, £159, by Industville (Image supplied by AG Home Interiors Hertfordshire kitchen project)
Make A Statement With Globe Cluster Lights
If you prefer something a little more uniform, then look no further than the Globe Clusters. These elegant lights are available in brass, copper or pewter and look fabulous in one colour or with mixed colours. Depending on the size of your space and ceiling height, you may wish to opt for a cluster of three, five or seven globes.
The Globe Collection Pendant – Pewter – 5 Wire, £349, by Industville (Image supplied by 3B&ME Photography)
Each light comes with a 2 M twisted flex per drop, allowing a variety of attractive formations to be created. The style of light is very unusual and can, therefore, form an interesting feature in your interior. Whether they look seamless above a table in a restaurant or dangling in a living room, these Globe Clusters look perfect in any interior and make for a beautiful focal point!
The Globe Collection Pendant – Copper, from £99, by Industville
Go Nude With Exposed Bulbs
Our Sleek range is an excellent option if you are going for the ‘barely there’ look. These exposed bulbs are available in pewter, brass and copper, which means you can find the right metallic shade for your interior. If you have a darker, more monochrome design, pewter could be a good option for you.
Sleek Ceiling Rose – 5 Outlet – Copper, £18 & Sleek Ceiling Rose – 7 Outlet – Copper, £25 & Brooklyn ES E27 Bulb Holder – Copper, £10 & Pale Pink Round Fabric Flex – Braided Cloth Cable Lighting Wire, £4, by Industville (Image supplied by TheWhiteCollectionBridal & @thewhitecollection)
If you have a lighter and airier interior, then perhaps brass or copper would blend in better with the design. The simplistic and modern design of the Sleek range really puts the focus on the bare bulb and looks stunning when used in clusters of three, five or seven with a ceiling rose. You can make your light unique to you by choosing the colour as well as the shape of the bulbs, such as globe, pear, classic and tube. Each design can end up looking really quite different depending on the options chosen.
Add A Trio Of Lights
Grouping singular lights together works really well in kitchens above an island unit or in the dining room above the table. The cluster design has become increasingly popular because it creates the perfect centrepiece to any room. The design works by each of the lights having their own ceiling rose, which are spaced evenly apart, rather than a single ceiling rose which houses multiple pendants. Three is often the preferred number of lights because it is balanced and creates symmetry, but you can experiment with a different number to create your perfect arrangement.
Brooklyn Cone Pendant - 12 Inch – Pewter, £69, by Industville (Image supplied by Chorleywood - @tanyajonesstudio, @siobhandoranphotography)
Go Unique With Coloured Flex
If you don’t want a standard wire cable and would prefer to jazz it up a little, not to worry! Here at Industville, we offer a handy rewiring service which means all of their products can be rewired to alter the length, colour and style of the cable; ideal for specific project needs. With over fifty different shades of flex cable, you will be spoilt for choice!
Orange Round Fabric Flex - 3 Core Braided Cloth Cable Lighting Wire, £4 & Dark Green Round Fabric Flex - 3 Core Braided Cloth Cable Lighting Wire, £4 & Dark Blue Round Fabric Flex - 3 Core Braided Cloth Cable Lighting Wire, £4 & Magenta Round Fabric Flex - 3 Core Braided Cloth Cable Lighting Wire, £4, by Industville
All of our lights are made of the highest quality raw materials which are handcrafted to perfection, so whichever design you choose, the end result is sure to be a delight to behold. Whether you opt for the more understated lighting design or go bold, we hope you are inspired to introduce some cluster lighting to your interior! We love to see our lights in action, so please do share with us how you have incorporated our lights into your interior by tagging us on Instagram - @industville, or by using the hashtag #Industville.
Feature Image Credit: 3B&Me Photography