WHITE PENDANT LIGHTS HANDCRAFTED FROM NATURAL BAMBOO
A gorgeous cluster of white pendant lights, woven from bamboo and hand-painted in a white washed style. This pendant cluster not only captures attention as an elegant accent piece but also brings a warm and rustic ambiance to your space.
The individual pendant shades are each woven using natural bamboo by artisan basket weavers in Northern Thailand. Once woven, we personally hand-paint each shade, resulting in a rustic whitewash style. Handcrafted with care, each piece exudes authenticity and a vintage farmhouse charm.
SINGLE PENDANT DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
Sizing may differ slightly between shades as each is handcrafted.
Individual shade dimensions.
Bottom diameter : 23cm – 26cm / 9″ – 10″
Top hole diameter : 5-6cm / 2″
Overall height : 41cm – 46cm / 16″ – 18″
Single basket weight : 100g
Ceiling canopy plate diameter.
White and black styles – 29cm
Each individual cable can be made to any length. Simply enter your preferred cable lengths when choosing a pendant kit option. Length is measured from the canopy to the bulb holder.
E-27 & E-26 compatible bulb lamp-holders with silicone cover.
Adjustable metal support brackets for holding baskets.
Voltage 110V-250V / 60 Watts Max
SHIPPING & RETURNS
Our handmade rustic white pendant lamps are meticulously crafted and shipped from Northern Thailand. We provide free standard shipping, generally arriving within 12-21 days worldwide. At checkout, you can opt for express shipping, with an average delivery time of 5-10 working days.
For comprehensive details on shipping options, customs duties, return policy, and more, please refer to our FAQ page.
RUSTIC WHITE PENDANT LIGHTS - FAQ
Can white pendant lights be used in any style of decor?
White pendant lights are incredibly versatile, as their neutral color lends itself well to various aesthetics and interior design styles. Most commonly seen in modern and contemporary interiors, white pendant lights create a clean, sophisticated atmosphere, but they can work equally as well in rustic or bohemian interiors.
With a whitewash paint job, these pendant lights give off a coastal vibe, earthy, and vintage. The minimalist weave design carries a strong elegance, while having a light and airy feel overall.
Even in industrial settings, white pendant lights can introduce a touch of contrast, with the haphazard, vintage-inspired tones of the shade fitting in with the raw and rugged stylings of an industrial theme.
Whether your space is modern, traditional, eclectic, or somewhere in between, these are pendants that bring real character and charm to your space.
Are there different shades of white for pendant lights?
Yes, as there are many shades of white, so there are many shades of white pendant lights. We use a pure white paint for our pendants, brushing them with a light coat, not fully covering the natural wood. This results in a vibrant white tone that is bright but has a worn, aged appearance – your quintessential whitewashed wood style. With a careful lick of paint, we manage to create rustic white pendant lights without losing the charm and natural textures of the wood underneath.
What types of bulbs are suitable for white pendant lights?
Picking the right bulbs for your white pendant lights is kind of like choosing the perfect toppings for your pizza - it's a personal choice that can change everything. Except there's no pineapple, so you're pretty safe regardless of what you go for. Some popular bulb options include:
LED Bulbs: Super energy-efficient and available in different hues and colors – opt for warm white for a cozy feel or cool white for a modern and sleek vibe.
Incandescent Bulbs: These are the older-style bulbs, the non-fancy, everyday type, emitting a classic warm glow—perfect for creating a relaxed atmosphere. However, they're just not that energy-efficient.
Edison Bulbs: The trendy bunch of the light bulb world, featured in our product photos. We're big fans of those exposed filaments and that vintage flair. They're an excellent choice if you're sticking with a rustic theme and aiming for soft illumination.
Ultimately, it's all about the mood you're going for. Do you want a warm, cozy nest? Go for warm white, or maybe an Edison bulb. Looking for something cleaner, more modern and sleek? Cool white is the one. Mix and match, try a few out - as long as the thread type is E26 or E27, you're good to go.
Can these pendant lights be dimmed?
We've tested our pendant kits with dimmable bulbs and a standard dimmer wall switch, and all is good. However, we can't guarantee dimming ability with every system or bulb, so it may be hit and miss. Typically, the bulb is the main factor, so if you're using a dimmable bulb, there's a good chance you'll be able to dim the brightness without issue. But again, there's no guarantee, so think of it as a possible bonus.
How do I install a cluster of white pendant lights?
Installing a cluster light with a ceiling canopy is much the same as installing an individual light. Instructions are included in the package, and installation can be completed by anyone. Essentially, you just need to follow these steps:
Turn Off Power: Ensure the power is turned off at the circuit breaker – a crucial step, don't forget this!
Attach The Canopy Bracket: Affix the ceiling canopy mounting bracket to the ceiling point. Make sure it's securely fastened to support the weight of the cluster pendants, as they can be quite heavy.
Connect Wires: Lift up your pendant lights and match the color-coded wires from behind the canopy to the wires in the ceiling electrical box. Typically, this involves connecting the corresponding hot wires and corresponding neutral wires.
Secure the Cluster: Once your wires are connected, attach the ceiling canopy to the previously mounted bracket. Ensure it's level, then tighten it in place with screws.
Bulb Installation: You're basically done – now just add your bulbs. Carefully screw a bulb into each of the bulb holders, making sure they are firmly secure.
Final Adjustments: Adjust the height of each pendant shade to your desired length using the cable brackets and cord grips. Double-check all connections and ensure that each pendant is securely attached to the ceiling canopy.
Power On: Turn the power back on at the circuit breaker and take a look. Do you have light? Hopefully! If not, just go back through the previous steps and double-check everything was installed correctly.
Of course, if you're unsure about any part of the installation process, consult a professional electrician for assistance.