Caged pendant lights are a must for industrial style lovers. Here are several different styles I have found online, along with a DIY project for those ambitious and artistic individuals who enjoy a fun and challenging home project.
Cage Filament Pendant Polished Nickel $129 from Restoration Hardware.
Industrial Cage Work Light Chandelier $449 from Shades of Light.
Vintage Factory Cage Light Pendant $125 by City Owl.
Large Conical Caged Pendants by Trainspotters.
Aged Bronze Cage Pendant $69.97 Home Decorators Collection (The Home Depot).
3 Light Caged Chandelier $355 from Junkyard Lighting.
12 Cage Light Chandelier $2950 from Jak Home.
An individual I know actually made her own caged lights to hang above her dining room table. She mounted three large wire baskets on a plank of wood. It came out great! Here is a tutorial from Whipperberry’s blog with step-by-step instructions for a similar project.
What you need:
- A Metal Basket
- Pendant light cord set
- Pendant light conversion kit
- 3/8″ non-metal clamp connector
- Step drill
- Vintage light bulb (optional)
- Round metal file
Step 1: To begin you need to drill a hole into the bottom of your basket.
Step 2: the edges were pretty rough so he filed down the edges with a round metal file.
Step 3: Place the clamp connector into the hole and secure.
Step 4: Cut the plug off the pendant light and feed the cable through the clamp. Secure the clamp.