Nora Introduces Brilliant Pendants with Hottest Accent Color of the Year

From hot wall colors to tasty accents, they have a major “crush on orange” this year. Every brilliant and brash tone of this peppy color is making its presence felt in home, hospitality and retail décor.

Adding an accent mark to this sizzling color trend, Nora Lighting has introduced a sophisticated series of orange-themed light pendants that feature every variant from vibrating to tangy tones.

This wildly creative range of Nora styles and models will suit any decorator’s orange-inspired dreams. And matching Nora sconces complement the creative effort.


Nora Lighting pendants shown (left to right): Tysen, Kainan, Leilani, Nicolas, Wind and Petals.

Included in Nora’s collection are: tasty Tysen, a hand-blown globe with dancing white dots; burnt orange Kainan, displaying a sensuous, curvy shape; speckled Leilani, offering a soft, diffused glow; Nicolas with a bold triangular presence and multiple layers of glass; turbulent Wind with striations of color at play; Petals with swirling tangy orange patterns and an LED lamp option.

All Nora pendants can be specified in a range of lamp types and wattages that include: 40W G9 and 60W E12 candelabra base line voltage; 50W bi-pin G5.3 / 6.35 low voltage; 13W to 26W GU24 CFL, self-ballasted; and 10W LED with dimmable driver.

Multiple mounting options are available: Nora rail, mini rail, track, mini track or canopy mount with Nora QuickJack system.

QuickJack features pendant cables that attach directly to Nora QuickJack mounts on monopoint canopies or rail and track systems. The pendant assembly metal fitting inserts directly into the QuickJack receptacle and hand-tightens. No wire or special tools are required and two cable lengths are available, which can be field shortened.


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