How to hang clusters
Recommendations from our Design team
Clusters are more suited for large settings or rooms, as you want to make sure to have the right balance and proportions between room, furniture and cluster size.
For a larger living room we recommend going with the shape of a coffee table as a template. Let the cluster follow the form of the table, then play around with heights.
For a smaller room with multiple pendants, we suggest separating them and placing them at different heights. One over the coffee table, one in the corner of the sofa, and so on.
A cluster also looks great over the dining table. Using the same size and type of a pendant, there are multiple ways to create a repetition cluster such as a chandelier.
When hanging in different heights, we suggest putting the lowest pendant quite low, but not too low. You don't want to block the eyefield, not being able to see the person sitting across you.
Choose the type of cluster based on the design of the pendant
Go with an uneven amount of pendants—three, five and so on—to create a fluid look.
Stay within the same pendant family and use different sizes or all in the same size.
Stick with one color to avoid a messy expression.
Hanging heights and sizes should depend on the overall setting being vast or intimate.