A pendant light, once in a while called a drop or suspender, is a solitary light fixture that hangs from the ceiling usually suspended by a line, chain, or metal bar. Pendant lights are often utilized in products, draped in a straight line over kitchen countertops and dinette sets or at times in bathrooms. Pendants arrive in a colossal variety of sizes and vary in materials from metal to glass or concrete and plastic. Many present day pendants are energy-saving low voltage models and some utilization halogen or fluorescent bulbs. A billiard or island light is a more drawn out pendant fixture, usually with long fluorescent or different incandescent bulbs, utilized over kitchen islands and billiard tables. They are once in a while considered a kind of chandelier. It is a critical part to understanding architectural lighting design and once in a while associated with inside design. Since pendant lights are typically smaller and placed in sets, it is important to follow general lighting rules to avoid creating unfortunate lighting. An odd number of pendants is preferable to an even amount. Pendants ought to be placed sufficiently high to allow an unhampered view while one or the other sitting or standing. Pendants ought to be placed 28-38 crawls above a ledge, or 72 creeps above the floor.