As a task light, the pendant fixture is supposed to give maximum or directed illumination above the dining table. Therefore, the drum, bowl, and cone should give the best lighting in the dining space.
To make a rich look in your interior, a total update is always necessary as there you can reshape and make a new design style in your home. However, applying a new design in every room in your home will cost you a tremendous amount of money, unless you have prepared for it.
When you are in a strict budget during a renovation, you can only select the rooms that need remodeling priority. For the rest, you can just apply a simple retouching, such as giving a new light fixture.
When you have your dining room not on the list for a new update, then you have come to the right place. We are going to show you the new lighting concept that will give more value to your dining space but still in budget.
The pendant and chandelier are two types of accent fixture which can give both ambient and task lightings in your dining room. They both have a similarity which is installed or suspended from the ceiling.
In the past time, the pendant was less popular than the chandeliers. Yet, in the bulb lamp era, improvements were made to give the pendant a better light fixture that was considered better and functional.
Best Pendant Type for Your Dining Room
There are at least six types of pendant lights that you can use to update your dining room. The common types that we know are the drum, globe, bowl, cone, small, bulb, and abstract pendants. Each has its specific character but function similarly.
As the task light fixture, the pendant is supposed to give maximum or directed illumination above the dining table. Therefore, the drum, bowl, and cone should give the best function in the dining space.
There are so many designs of those three pendant styles. You can find some of them in our image collection at the bottom of this post. The designs are so brilliant as they seem to be specially personalized with the color and basis of dining room design.
However, you can also get some eclectic and abstract pendant design in case you love art touchings in your dining room. There are also some bulb and globe pendants which will increase the rustic and industrial accent in your valuable dining space.
Among those designs, we would prefer to use the bowl style for our mid-century dining space. However, the design might not nice in the modern or minimalist home. Thus, we suggest you first keep your style before selecting the pendant designs. If you need something for your modern dining room, never select the oversized pendants since they will take over the entire accent in your minimalist dining room.