Using pendant lights is all about getting the right balance between the various elements that one uses and the texture of different surfaces in the kitchen. A kitchen employs wide variety of surfaces shelf designs and metallic tinges. This is something unique and exclusive to this part of the home. The right pendant lights are those that simply blend into the existing setting.
For a similar look but craftier and in white check out the Threaded Spica Light from Iacoli & McAllister. Among the many noteworthy traits of this standout pendant light is the amount of work involved in wrapping the frame with embroidery floss. This powder coated steel piece creates a white on white effect that makes threaded details truly stand out.
When it comes to pendant lighting possibilities pay attention to the type and style of furniture featured in the room. If muted colors and shades abound in your space it may pay to go big and bold with the lighting or you may choose to play it cool and sleek with an understated yet modern piece in silver or clear. Don’t assume that contemporary shades are only for contemporary rooms. There’s nothing more powerful than a modern statement in an unexpected place!
Cleaning chandeliers however can prove a slightly more difficult process. First clean the entire fixture with a duster. Next lay an absorbent towel or cloth below the chandelier and spray with a cleaning solution – such as white vinegar and water. Allow the fixture to drip the dirty cleaner onto the towel below until dry.
“Neon lights shimmering neon lights and at the fall of night this [kitchen’s] made of light”… Before you really start to wonder why I’ve taken liberty with the lyrics to a Kraftwerk song from 1978 let me explain myself! Today’s post explores the vivid world of neon lighting in the kitchen. Some say this room is the heart of the home. So why not give it a fluorescent glow?
The world of fashion and design move forward at a rapid pace and that inherently means that what is considered ‘in’ today can fade out pretty quickly. That is precisely why incorporating a ‘timeless’ décor of furniture items into your home’s design is such an essential part of ‘going green’.