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’.
The best lamps for any rooms meant for living in are halogen lamps. These render the daylight spectrum to one hundred per cent and also radiate heat which can be very convenient in the cold season. Halogen lamps have an even more beneficial spectrum quality than the now banned classic light bulbs and save more energy than the latter.
This next lighting option comes in a set of seven opal-glass globes. It’s the Glass Orb Chandelier from West Elm! With a frame of satin nickel and the ability to adjust the height of each light as needed this piece proves to be as strong and functional as it is stunning…
The use of charcoal and copper give it a dark black exterior and a bright orange hue on the inside. Its understated look and graceful form ensure that it remains relevant even several years down the line.
Lighting in the kitchen goes way beyond being simply an aesthetic draw. You need proper functionality to go along with the decorative aspect and pendant lights really help in achieving this essential and at times elusive blend.
Supposedly inspired by the chimneys in Gaudi’s house project the lamp with its tiny honeycombs pattern seems to have a rather Asian ouch. Be it in a child or teenager room it is a strong and decorative presence gender neutral but with style and history.