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Slim Modern Singular Pendant Ceiling Lights

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Smaller pendant lights are a lovely way to lend light just about anywhere. Because of their size, they can be used in a corner or small space or hung in multiples to create a row of beautiful lighting. You could even hang them at varying heights in a corner, over a table or in an entryway to lend visual interest. 

These lights fit in just about anywhere in your home, thanks to their compact size and wide array of styles. A popular spot for a smaller pendant light is in dining areas, like over a small dining table, corner table or breakfast bar. You could also use a smaller pendant in your kitchen to illuminate an island or peninsula counter. For larger areas, hang several mini pendants in a row along the length of the counter.

A small pendant light is also a natural fit over a desk for task lighting or in a corner along with a comfortable chair for a cosy reading nook. 

Living rooms and family rooms are also excellent areas for smaller pendant fixtures. Cluster several over a coffee table to mimic the look of a chandelier or hang one over each end of a table. 

Pendant lights are likewise a nice touch on either side of the bed for reading or working in bed. They don't use up bedside table space and they place the light right where it is needed. 

Netlighting has a huge variety of smaller pendant lights to choose from for your lighting project. 

Finishes to pair with your decor abound to create a cohesive style. Choose from satin, antique, matte or clear finishes as well as industrial, modern, traditional and retro styles. Smaller pendant lights are an easy choice to change up your decor on a smaller scale. 

Even though small pendant lights are more diminutive than other lighting styles there is still a wide range of sizes available. Choose the best size for your space by deciding on how you intend to use the light. A single pendant might call for a larger size while grouping several together may call for a much smaller size. When grouping the fixtures you can use varying sizes or mix and match styles to create more visual interest. 

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