Kitchen Pendants under $150

By Kate Riley April 8, 2015

Things are progressing along nicely in the two kitchens we’re remodeling right now, grandma’s kitchen is nearing completion, the cabinets, countertops, and backsplash are finished and we will be adding the appliances and hardware next. The Las Vegas kitchen remodel is further behind, still awaiting countertops, but I’ll have an update on that space soon.

Both kitchens have a peninsula where residents or guests can pull up a barstool, in both homes, kitchen pendants will add ambiance and style, they are always an important detail to consider in a kitchen space. The finishes in the Las Vegas home’s kitchen lean more contemporary, but the style of grandma’s kitchen is transitional. I bought three metallic honeycombs for $99 each for the Las Vegas kitchen and two nickel euro pendants for $149 to hang above the peninsula in grandma’s space.

kitchen pendant choices

Here are a dozen more beautiful pendants under $150 !

pendants under $150

scandinavian wood / hudson / luna smoke / possini crystal / gold gumball / be squared / honeycomb / kenroy bazaar / danish modern / iron cage / chloe etched glass / possini bronze

I wrote an article last week for Lamps Plus featuring more kitchen pendant lighting selections from glass to copper, also check out my Pinterest board dedicated to lighting for even more fabulous finds.

9 comments

  1. Do you think that the west elm metallic honeycomb light could be hung using a plug-in pendant cord, rather than hard-wired? I’ve been eyeing that fixture for the corner of our living room, but it would have to be plugged in. It is so pretty!

    • Hi Sara, funny you should ask, it actually IS a pendant with a plug in, I had to buy the kit to make it a hard wire version! So the answer is YES ! Don’t you love it?

  2. Such neat choices. Only have one spot in the kitchen over the corner sink with windows but since I doing a plant vignette in that corner with 3 hanging air plant terrariums (hooks are already there), a pendant would look silly. However, my open D’office (dining room turned office) is sorely in need of something to replace the 1986 glass and shiny brass with 6 faux candles/1 spot ugly hanging from the beginning of a vaulted ceiling and right over where I sit. That’s a mouthful. The original drum I bought from West Elm the week I moved in (bad advice from my friend) was way too big; a crystal chandelier type or anything deliciously fancy and frou frou is too much as well so I’m looking for something clean, simple, harmonious and functional without yelling “look at me”. Hadn’t thought that much about looking at “kitchen” pendants instead of typical dining room fixtures which aren’t working for me. Thanks for all the inspiration.

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