Light fittings can be discreet or can be the crowning glory of a room. With feature pendant lighting is oh so popular at the moment, never before has there been such a vast array of fabulous fittings available to the general public at such affordable pricing.

There are feature light fittings to suit all styles & budgets however it is wise to remember that feature lighting doesn’t always provide good light. As an interior designer, I like to work with a combination of functional LED downlight & decorative pendant lighting. LED downlights provide good working light whilst pendant lighting provide lovely mood lighting.

For the greatest impact I like to use one key large pendant fitting or three or more smaller fitting hung together…

Entry Light 3 In this period Geelong home I chose to use a modern take on a traditional style chandelier fitting to draw the eye to the soaring ceiling height.

3 Lights over Dining In this coastal home my clients & I chose to use three simple matt white bell fittings to enhance the warmth of the cedar lined walls. 

Entry Light 2 In this simple but stunning entry a single feature light fitting was offset to create a sculptural effect against the painted brick wall.

1 light over Dining Above this custom made recycled dining table hangs a TossB Sphere 7. I selected it specifically to compliment the black Astra Walker gooseneck tap & the black kitchen cabinetry behind.

Entry Light 1 These original stained glass art deco doors needed something special to match their beauty so I went for a Marcel Wanders Skygarden feature light. 

 Here I used an abundance of Benjamin Hubert Spinning pendants 6 over the dining table & 6 in the adjacent entry to create impact simply & stylishly.