This group of three is perfect for the scale of this room and ceiling height.
This bright pendant looks so good with the glossy blue tiles and bright white tub!
You really cannot go wrong with this pendant over a dining room table. Check out the lower height of the light in this image. Because the Nelson Light gives off glowing light instead of glaring light, it works.
This set of three in a row perpendicular to the island is unexpected, and can be experienced a whole other way - from the walkway above, where you can look down upon them!
This mid-century house is the ultimate setting for a Nelson Light. If you check out the whole house, you'll see it's the Radius House, thus a spherical light is appropriate.
Because this pendant hangs over the stairs, it can be experienced at eye level from the second floor.
This is the Crisscross shape.
I've been showing you this light against a lot of white and glass. It also looks wonderful next to a bright color.
This pendant is wonderful hanging beneath the wood ceiling and beams. It also has a great relationship to the skylight.
This modern day space looks like a mid-century Herman Miller catalog spread!
The pendants look great in a group, whether you pick them all in a same shape or pick several different shapes.
This modern glass house is a great setting for a saucer pendant.
A grouping of the lights at different heights add drama to this staircase. Their simple shape fits in perfectly with the traditional banister.