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Dining Room
Pendant Lights

Dining room pendant lights are a great way to create statement pieces within a space, hanging above your dining table brightening up the area. Whether entertaining friends or using the space regularly for family meals, our dining room lights are practical yet offer the interior statement you desire. Create a comfortable and warming atmosphere for any occasion with our selection of dining room pendant lights. Choose between a range of finishes, varying from marble, ceramic and more.

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All of our dining room lights are high-quality and are a great choice when looking for lighting for your home. Once you have selected your dining room pendant lights, why not browse the complementing wall light designs.

How big should a pendant be over a dining table? 

The size of your dining room pendants depends on the size of your dining table. We’d recommend a larger pendant that is around ⅔ the width of your table, so the area is well lit. If you have a larger dining table, another alternative would be to use multiple smaller pendants hanging in a decorative row. 

How do I choose a pendant light for a dining room table? 

Choosing a pendant light for your dining area depends on your interior style and preference. We suggest picking a dining pendant that hangs between 30-40 inches over your dining table; this leaves plenty of space between the two. Our collection of designs provides different levels of light so you can always eat in comfort.

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