At this angular Connecticut cottage, the Wohlert pendant lights from Louis Poulsen, designed by Vilhelm Wohlert in 1959, were grouped together to pair nicely with classic modernist icons, such as a Saarinen Womb chair, an Eames lounge chair, and an Eileen Grey E1027 side table.
Another Connecticut home, this one passed down from generation to generation, accented its entryway with a group of white pendants.
Mirrored Globo di Luce pendants by Roberto Menghi for Fontana Arte work well in the kitchen of this Hollywood bungalow.
When this London Victorian received its modern interior makeover, the homeowners—admitted neat freaks—implemented clean, sleek design elements and colors. Mirrored pendants hang from the upper level into the dining area.
Larger spaces call for larger pendants, as is the case in this Auckland, New Zealand home. A simple rice-paper, lantern-style shade seems to hover above a kauri wood tabletop, and directs the eye upward toward the room's inverted trusses.
The vacation retreat of Danish designer Birgitte Hovmøller incorporates both Mexican and Scandinavian design elements. A woven abaca pendant filters light through the kitchen and dining area of the Sunrise House, just north of San Diego, California. Smaller, teardrop pendants hang above an island countertop.
A large pendant made of natural abaca displays a decorative pattern on the sloped ceiling of the living room in this Stockholm attic studio.