This $70 Ikea Pendant Is Literally Everywhere, and Here’s Proof

Ikea Sinnerlig Pendant
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The lattice, the glow, that price! It's no wonder the Ikea Sinnerlig pendant is one of the hottest lighting choices around. It's a two-punch combo: aesthetically pleasing and budget-friendly. A perfect pick for when you want to do high-low decorating in your home. And as you can see from these photos, it's a pendant we all just can't seem to quit because it's everywhere. I spy a Sinnerlig ...

1. Highlighting a colorful gallery wall in this cute California dining room.

2. Blending in beautifully among a mix of various woods and natural materials in Sweden.

Dining room with Ikea Sinnerlig pendant
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3. Pairing perfectly above a recycled elm table in a heritage cottage in Spring Hill, Queensland, Australia.

Dining room with Ikea Sinnerlig pendant
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4. Casting a glow in this European apartment all year round.

Dining room with Ikea Sinnerlig pendant
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5. Appearing in Barcelona as this kitchen's bae.

Kitchen with Ikea Sinnerlig Pendant
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6. Holding its own surrounded by a colorful wall and rug in Sweden.

Ikea Sinnerlig Pendant
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7. Giving off desert vibes in the Joshua Tree.

Ikea Sinngerlig Pendant
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8. Hanging from a high ceiling in a Swedish boho dining room.

Ikea Sinnerlig Pendant
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9. Doing the DIY thing with Stephanie Watkins from Casa Watkins Living in Maryland.

10. Earning an A+ in an Alphabet City (New York) apartment.

11. Giving Bri Emery from Design Love Fest a focal point in her Los Angeles bedroom.

12. Supplying light (in white), in A Cup of Jo Joanna Goddard's sister's home makeover.

13. Looking like your Pinterest dreams in this Gothenburg apartment.

14. Mixing modern style with Texas soul in this pied-a-terre in downtown Austin.

Ikea Sinnerlig Pendant
credit: Katie Jameson

15. Feeling moody in a darkly romantic living room in a small coastal city of Härnösand, Sweden.

16. Making a big statement over a small table in a minimal Scandinavian home.

Laurie Gunning Grossman

Laurie Gunning Grossman

Laurie Gunning Grossman is an editorial director at eHow and has contributed to numerous online publications including Fine Living, The Cradle, Modern... More