Innermost Drop Pendant Light
Drop is a frosted glass globe pendant delicately topped with a white powder coated stainless steel cap. Resembling a drop of pristine pearl, it is inspired by the flourishes of the mid-century. These perfect balls of light make a definite statement against any backdrop, particularly when suspended at multiple lengths.
Drop is simplicity that can be used anywhere for the ultimate minimal lighting solution. Available in 2 size options
Dimensions: Drop 20 – 20cm H x 20cm diameter, Drop 40 – 40cm H x 40cm diameter
Material: Glass, Stainless Steel
Light source: Drop 20 – UK/EU Max 60W (not included), UK/EU Max 100W (not included).
Recommended Bulb: LED Globe bulbs 400 – 1000 lumen output and from 2700 K (for warmer with more colour) up to 6000K (daylight)
Ceiling Rose: White Hemipshere
Cable: 4m, White PVC cable
The Designer: The Innermost design team gather all the great concepts and produce the best quality combining a twist of wit.
The Brand: Innermost’s rebellious approach to lighting and furniture comes from a shared anarchic pursuit of design freedom, a belief that you have to embrace the absurd in order to innovate. So innermost has innovation and a little absurdity at it’s core; working with designers from all corners of the globe to create beautifully unique products of the absolute highest quality, since 1999.
Back in central London in 1999, Steve Jones and Russell Cameron had a shared vision to create a company utilising their extended experience in design consultancy and furniture design. They had seen plenty of inspired ideas from raw, talented designers that were never being advanced beyond the conceptual. Realising that if they combined their design and manufacturing experience, these concepts could materialise into a unique and diverse range under a single brand. During these early discussions, the stand-out ideas were labelled those ‘close to their hearts’; ‘the inner thoughts; ‘the inner-most dreams’… And so, with a load of ideas, an in-depth manufacturing knowledge and the desire to turn stunning concepts into reality: innermost was born.