“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?
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.
Pendant lighting is an interesting and fun way to add a bit of color in the kitchen. Since most contemporary kitchens prefer a minimalistic and highly ergonomic design they can at times appear too sterile.
Designed by Pete Sans Ameba is an appropriate pendant lamp when thinking boys’ room. With an organic but sleek and minimal design and a diffuse light surface Ameba is also suitable for desk illumination. It is available in white and graphite gray and is part of a module concept.