The newest lighting trend is here and it’s all about glass ball feature lights!
From sleek and minimal to OTT clusters, it’s hard to deny the beauty of these statement spherical lights.
We’ve found the best buys and plenty of inspo to get you in the mood to love this lighting trend as much as us!
Related article: What downlights to use in a contemporary home?
Related article: Light locations in a new home? Expert advice on the dos and don’ts
This 5 bulb smoked glass sphere light can be suspended vertically, horizontally or anywhere in between.
Ideal for over a dining table, this sphere glass pendant light brings designer looks without the designer price tag.
Brushed nickel is the latest trending metallic and we love that if offers the timeless feel of chrome with a more muted appearance. This pendant light is a similar style to the one above but with more spherical bulbs in an opaque finish.
Another statement light we love is this black feature chandelier from Freedom. Make a statement in your dining room or entrance if you’re lucky enough to have a high ceiling in that space.
Seriously stunning, this suspended pendant light works particularly well in industrial, modern and urban aesthetics. You could hang a single pendant or cluster several in a row above a kitchen island, dining table, living room or just about anywhere in your home. It also happens to be one of the most affordable lights in this round up!
An absolute favourite of ours is this right angle pendant light with single globe. Neale Whitaker used a similar light above a dining table in a house renovation on Love It Or List It Australia and we’ve been searching for the light ever since.
Minimal and modern, this pendant light is handmade in Poland and is available in black or brass. Curved lines (think arches, pill shapes and circles) are trending in interiors at the moment and we love how this light incorporates a curved arm.
Talk about a statement light!! This light comes in a range of sizes and can be customised to suit your space — finishes include raw brass, polished nickel, black or copper, and there’s an even bigger selection of cord types. It’s a splurge purchase but one that’s well worth the investment!
Disclaimer: This post contains some affiliate links. This means that when you click on a link and purchase something from that site, we may make a small commission at no extra cost to you. This article was originally published in August 2018 and has been updated with new products and images.