Inspiration gallery: pooky pendant lights at home

Looking for interiors inspiration? Check out how these stylish people are using Pooky pendant lights in their kitchens and sitting rooms…

Although our lamps look lovely enough in the showroom, we do like seeing them released into the wild, as it were: doing their thing and bringing light and stylishness to people’s homes. You’ve been sharing your fabulous pics of your lamps and shades in situ – and we think it’s only right that we then share them here with anyone who might be looking for some inspiration for their own interior design. So, having brought you a gallery of table lamps at home, here are some Pooky pendant lights and shades hanging around the beautiful homes of Britain…

In the kitchen…

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Task lighting should of course be beautiful – and the classic lighting arrangement in the kitchen is a row of pendants over a dining table or island worktop. Here’s a corker from top fashion writer Lucy Williams - a person who has everything: beauty, brains, 217k Instagram followers and a bunch of Pooky pendants. These are Thea pendant lights in antique brass – and they are, quite correctly, in a row of three (here’s why pendants work best in threes).

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The Annex know a thing or two about kitchen design. This Norfolk-based company make beautiful bespoke handcrafted kitchens for the discerning. This admirable scheme features some Dexter brass pendants – very industrial....

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From bricks to tiles, thanks to this pic shared by Lucinda Sandford – stunning handmade concrete tiles by Caitlin Dowe-Sandes of Popham Design. Our Percy pendants will illuminate them beautifully in the evening:

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Another rather unusual pendant light that can work splendidly in a kitchen is the Bulbus – a sort of gigantic lightbulb.


Bulbus clear glass pendant light - shop here

Here it is in a very beautiful kitchen project by Dot Architecture...

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Single pendants for sitting rooms...

But pendants don’t have to hang long and low in rows along a kitchen. You can dangle them from the ceiling in any room and make a fine statement or illuminate a cosy corner. Toddy Fleming of Fiona Fleming Interiors has done just that with our Aquila glass pendant...

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...and another interior designer, Chloe Jonason, has done with our Stella. Lovely:

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...and other cosy corners

And here’s Stella again, this time in a very enviable window nook made by Sarah Triner. How inviting does this look?

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And finally – why not in a nursery? This exceedingly tasteful and soothing room by Gemma Sherlock includes our Drop Down linen shade in the ‘clouds’ colour. Lucky baby!

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Browse our full range of pendant lights here.

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