Earlier this year, I was invited to participate in an Art for the Garden show at the Edina Art Center. The organizer said that my pendant lights reminded her of flowers, and wanted 10 to 15 lights for display.
Of course, I ended up making more than were necessary because I was having so much fun creating new designs and color combinations. So, now I have a plethora of pendant lights in stock and would be happy to sell them to anyone who might appreciate adding a bit of drama and color to a room. Most of my customers buy them for their kitchens and, while the many people prefer to use similar lights in combinations of two or three, there’s no reason why the colors and designs can’t be complimentary instead. At least, that’s how I roll.
So, if you see any pendant lights here that you like, let me know, and we’ll pop some color into your house. Often, it just takes swapping out the glass globes on already installed light fixtures but it’s also fairly easy to hardwire new electrical cords.