Sleek and stylish pendant lights can complement your kitchen’s Shaker Cabinets which disappear into the walls. There are others that match the metallic tinges of aluminum surfaces and shiny kitchen countertops to offer a sense of continuity. An essential thing to remember is that there is no ‘one solution that fits all’.
We begin with round lighting as we showcase the Meltdown Lamp from Cappellini a piece that consists of glass hand blown into a mold. Striking shades like gray pink and amber add bold color which is particularly intriguing when these items are displayed in a group for a cluster effect. But don’t hesitate to suspend a single pendant light on its own to channel the power of one.
Using fabric and polymeric foam that not just are easy on the eye but also comfortable to handle Stewie projects soothing ambient lighting in a brand new fashion. While most lighting fixtures only offer focused lighting Stewie brings with it diffused lighting that spreads across the floor of the home.
It’s time to get angular! Many of today’s most futuristic pendant lighting styles feature bold angles. Like the Stealth Pendant Lamp from Aarevalo shown below. A symmetrical origami-like design makes this piece undeniably unique as does its folded Perspex form.
Always choose two side lamps for mirror contemplation. Lights from the right and left side of the mirror complement each other and create a good cross-lighting effect. Also try to avoid neon lamp for the same reason that neon light makes everything look rather unattractive and more recent studies show that it is dangerous to the eye itself. The proper lamps for mirror lighting are classic lower-watt light bulbs or warm-colored LED lamps.
Cove lighting is hidden seeming to shine from a mysterious source. This Toronto kitchen features a bit of cove lighting which appears to come from the top of the cabinets or possibly even the next room. The effect: a hidden treasure that happens to play a key design role in the kitchen at hand.