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’.
For a similar look in a fiery hue check out the Fluoro Light by Tom Dixon. This light is “inspired by the high visibility clothing worn in industrious factory environments” and we’re crazy about its vibrant color. In fact the piece consists of blow-molded polycarbonate that is externally lacquered in a vibrant shade of fluorescent orange. Hang it alone or in a group as shown below:
You can also combine a bollard light serving as actual orientation light with rather decorative wall appliqués with up- and downlight which only cast their shine effect upon the wall surface.
Pendant lights seem like natural and expected additions to any modern kitchen. When used in the right manner they transform even an old and dingy space into a bright and beautiful area. Few décor additions give such a distinctive personality makeover with such relative ease. So are you tempted to see your kitchen in a whole new light?
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.
Its simple and uncomplicated form means that you can hook it up and move it around as you please. The unique shape of the floor lamp also makes it as much an art installation as a lighting fixture.