Mini Pendant Lights Decorate Pegasus Associates Lighting Web Site

Pegasus Associates Lighting has created a new section of its web site dedicated to line and low voltage mini pendant lights.

Beaver Falls, PA, June 19, 2008 --( Mini pendant lights may well be the ultimate multi-taskers. Not only do they serve as directed, decorative task lights, but their practicality doubles as fashion when functionality meets design.

Interior designers, home remodelers and pendant-enthusiasts will be happy to know Pegasus Associates Lighting has designed a special section on its web site dedicated to mini pendant lights. From rich, orange-hued shades to soft, white feather shades to funky ice cube art shades, more than 50 styles of mini pendants are now available in Pegasus Associates Lighting’s new special section. The lights come in both line voltage (120 volts) and low voltage (12 volts) with optional dimmers.

Pendant lights have a rich history dating back to 2700 B.C. The Greeks were especially fond of burning animal fat in hanging lamps of clay. The Romans encased oil lamps in hanging bronze fixtures in the first century A.D. And in the third century, glass added a new aesthetic appeal to the delicate hanging accessories. Today, a complete mini pendant light consists of a glass shade, a canopy and cord, and the appropriate light bulb.

Mini pendant lights can simultaneously provide general lighting, task lighting and decorative lighting over a kitchen island, a small kitchen table, bar areas, restaurant tables, small end tables and bedroom night stands. When used in groupings, mini pendant lights can be used very effectively in great rooms, foyers and dining rooms, offering a modern and often cheaper alternative to chandeliers. Mini pendant lights provide a space with both useful lighting and a sense of style.

About Pegasus Associates Lighting
Founded in 1993, Pegasus Associates Lighting is a lighting distributor with a strong internet presence selling “unique lighting products for your special needs.” The company, based near Pittsburgh in Beaver Falls, PA, attracts both individual and corporate shoppers who value a learning experience in lighting, competitive pricing and an easy-to-use, intuitive web site. For more information, visit

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Chris Johnson