Inspirational photos of pendants from our customers


We’ve rounded up some inspiration for your next pendant. Whether you’re looking for a practical light above the dining table or kitchen island, an atmospheric glow for the couches, or a pendant that contributes to the cosy base light, you can find it in our collection.

<hr><font size="+2">VP1 Pendant in the kitchen</font>

VP1 Pendant in the kitchen

Trine has chosen Flowerpot VP1 from &Tradition to light up her kitchen table. The lamp looks stunning above the dining table, whether it is on its own, with a partner, or in a cluster. This makes it perfect for big and small workspaces alike, and its light is perfect for dining tables of all sizes.

The popular lamp comes in three sizes and a wide range of lovely colours. The white VP1 contributes an elegant and stylish look to Trine’s Nordic décor.

Find your favourite Flowerpot pendant here

Photos kindly provided by @homehappydk
<hr><font size="+2">Tom Dixon in the dining room</font>

Tom Dixon in the dining room

Jannie has chosen an Etch Pendant in black from Tom Dixon to light up her dining table. She chose this lamp because it completes the minimalist Nordic style that has become popular around the world. The Etch Pendant is known for its beautiful light and particularly its beautiful shadows. We’re often asked whether the lamp works for a dining table as it shines in all directions, but you can direct the light whichever way you please by changing the bulb, and in this case, the best fit would be a bulb that shines directly down at the table. The Etch Pendant also looks stunning above the coffee table or in a corner, and many people use it in the hallway and bedroom.

The pendant is available in brass, copper, and steel, not to mention various sizes. Find the collection here.

Photos kindly provided by @bytved
<hr><font size="+2">The popular EOS Feather Lamp</font>

The popular EOS Feather Lamp

The photo also shows one of the most famous Danish designs – the iconic Flowerpot VP3 table lamp in matte grey. The lamp was designed by Verner Panton in 1969, and it is more popular than ever because it fits seamlessly into modern décor that gravitates towards minimalist designs, cosy light, and Danish classics.

Photos kindly provided by @tinebagge