Experts Can’t Stop Using This Pendant Light That Magically Meshes With Any StyleWords by Rebecca Deczynski
Pendant lights are seldom not a good idea.
And when they come in a shape that’s as charming as Lostine’s Edmund Pendant, it’s hard to resist installing them just about anywhere and everywhere. That’s why it’s become a designer-favorite, with Experts from Natalie Myers to Jake Arnold using it in rooms that range in style and function.
This pendant light’s oversize filament bulb globe gives it a vintage-inspired touch, while its wooden, hand-turned shade—available in black walnut and two maple finishes—lends it a playful, modern appeal. And thanks to its 12-foot roped cord, the Edmund Pendant light can hang from just about any height.
Designed by Robert True Ogden for Lostine, this pendant light is well-suited for practically any room: It can hang solo in a reading nook, and it looks particularly great in arrangements of two or three above a kitchen island. The possibilities don’t end there, either. Take a look at how this light fixture shines in five Expert-approved interiors.
Beaded Shaker cabinets in sage green give this rustic kitchen by Heidi Caillier a historic feel, but contemporary details, like irregular clay-colored hexagonal tiles, a shiplap backsplash, and a black marble countertop, balance out the space. With its timeless charm, the Edmund Pendant is the perfect intermediary between old and new.
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Light and Dark
Black kitchen cabinets are a design risk that, when done right, can look stunning—as demonstrated by this space by Jake Arnold. Beaded details on the cabinetry, open shelving, and light wood floors keep the room feeling bright and open, with two pendants in clear maple taking pride of place above the island.
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In a smaller space—like a pantry, bathroom, or mudroom nook, the Edmund Pendant can emphasize ceiling height and draw the eye upwards. This interior by Light and Dwell is a masterclass in simplicity, with its white paneled walls, Shaker cabinets, and brass details.
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Lisa Staton’s dark and dreamy bathroom plays up the drama with glossy blue-green zellige tiles and a black faucet that blends into the wall behind it for a practically seamless effect. That all serves to emphasize the Edmund Pendant, which makes a welcome contrast with its light wood shade.
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Bright and Breezy
Warm woods rule this neutral kitchen by Natalie Myers, with three Lostine pendant lights hovering above the expansive black marble island. The organic texture throughout the space gives the minimalist-friendly style a relaxed, coastal-inspired vibe.
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