Edited Choice: Sculptural Pendants

See your home in a new light with one of these stunning sculptural pendant lights. A sculptural pendant blends form and functionality, commanding attention with a striking focal point. Casting an elegant ambience over any interior, these modern designs give spaces a contemporary and chic feel, and will turn heads – even when they're not switched on.

Stardust Pendant by Maurizio Di Mauro for Contardi, £384

Stardust Pendant by Maurizio Di Mauro for Contardi, £384

Inspired by large, classical chandeliers, Stardust's design evokes their typical characteristics but strips away any unnecessary decorative elements, completely hiding the lighting source.

Junction Chandelier, £189, Heal’s

Junction Chandelier, £189, Heal’s

A light makeover of a classic tubular design, contemporary slender lines and an exposed bulb provide an elegantly industrial look.

Globe Chandelier, £169, Made.com

Globe Chandelier, £169, Made.com

This isn’t your average chandelier. Its structured copper frame supports eleven frosted glass globes – hence the name - that form the cascading shape.

PS 2014 Pendant, £70, Ikea

PS 2014 Pendant, £70, Ikea

Easily switch between a brighter general light and a softer mood light by just pulling the strings of this contemporary ceiling pendant.

PS 2014 Pendant, £70, Ikea

PS 2014 Pendant, £70, Ikea

Easily switch between a brighter general light and a softer mood light by just pulling the strings of this contemporary ceiling pendant.

Cut Short Pendant, £450, Tom Dixon

Cut Short Pendant, £450, Tom Dixon

Channelling a geometric expression, the Space-age polycarbonate short pendant light exudes a timeless designer appeal.

Fulcrum Light, £325, Lee Broom

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Fulcrum Light, £325, Lee Broom

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