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Trend Alert: Pendant Kitchen Lighting
Kitchens often have the honor of the number one spot on a home owner’s renovation to-do list, making it the best room of the house to find the newest trends. The kitchen is the best place for a bold statement, and pendant lighting is the easiest way to update.
Pendants are an ideal source of indoor lighting because they illuminate an area without taking up much space. Bringing pendants to the kitchen will give your home a cohesive feel since they’re already a popular lighting source in other parts of the house.
Kitchens have traditionally relied on fluorescent ceiling fixtures, which may just be the most unflattering indoor lights you can have. You can give a softer, more contemporary glow to your kitchen – at a wet bar or over an island – with the newest trend in indoor lighting.
There’s a type of indoor pendant light for any type of kitchen and budget. Here’s a round-up of some of our favorites:
Art Deco indoor lighting is a favorite for those with bold taste. It offers an eclectic or artistic flavor for the most stylish homeowners.
You can’t get any more art deco than the Cyan Star pendant in a beautiful chrome finish. The uncomplicated sculptured design won’t look out of place in a kitchen but the daring color will draw every eye up to the ceiling, making your lights the star.
As more and more consumers become eco-conscious, designers have moved toward sustainable designs and materials. A perfect example is the Corbett Shoji pendant.
It exudes modern style!
Indoor lighting can be discrete without being boring, which is why we often recommend the simple lines of the Aspen three light pendant from Quorum. It’s great pendant lighting for those with a transitional style and want the focus to be new backsplash tiles or marble countertops.
The oiled bronze finish is a nice, dark color that can make anything look more expensive than it is. This lamp is the cherry on top of the cake.
Even though indoor lighting fixtures seem to be the last thing we choose for a room, make no mistake on how important they are. As something that serves both style and function, the lighting fixture you chose can either emphasize a theme, or tone down a room.
Pendant lighting takes up minimal floor space yet demands a lot of attention due to its eye-level height. These aren’t the types of lamps you banish to a corner behind the couch. You’ll want to make sure this indoor lighting choice gives off the right light as well as the right vibes.
So tell us, what’s currently lighting up your kitchen?
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