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5 Benefits of Suspension Lights

The multi-tiered Arête chandelier commissioned by Åben for the Soho House in Stockholm Sweden

1. Suspension lights provide direct and indirect lighting.

Linear Lights – Hotel Zentis Osaka by Tara Bernerd

Suspension lights can illuminate a space from above, creating a bright and clear atmosphere. They can also cast soft and ambient light, creating a cozy and warm mood. Some suspension lights have up/down features, which allow them to emit light both upwards and downwards, enhancing the overall lighting effect.

2. Suspension lights are energy-efficient and long-lasting.

Pendant light – Image: LedsC4 Coco

Suspension lights often use LED bulbs, which consume less electricity and last longer than traditional bulbs. LED bulbs also produce less heat and do not contain mercury or other harmful substances, making them eco-friendly and safe.

3. Suspension lights save spaces

Pendant light brings spaciousness – Image: LedsC4 Coco

Suspended lights are ideal for rooms with limited space or low ceilings. They do not take up any floor or wall space, and they do not interfere with the furniture or other objects in the room. They also create a sense of spaciousness and openness by drawing the eye upwards.

4. Suspension lights create a stylish look.

Orbitale Brass Chandelier – Image: Yond Interiors

Suspension lights come in various shapes, sizes, colors, and materials, which can complement any decor style. They can also create a focal point in a room or highlight a specific area, such as a dining table or a kitchen island.

Flowerpot VP7 pendant lamp by &Tradition

5. Suspension lights are versatile and adjustable.

Seed chandelier – Image: Soho Home

Suspension lights can be installed in any space, such as living rooms, bedrooms, offices, restaurants, hotels, etc. They can also be hung at different heights, depending on the desired lighting effect and the size of the space. Some suspension lights have dimmable features, which allow users to control the brightness and color temperature of the light.

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