It is best to take into account the size of the kitchen island the amount of illumination each pendant light offers and the size of the lighting units themselves. For a small kitchen island two large pendant lights might be pretty sufficient. Sometimes a large chandelier-styled design works. Yet it is undeniable that a repetition in odd numbers works best.
Neon lighting is also striking on the underside of cabinets as shown in this 2011 award-winning kitchen designed by Mal Corboy. As you can see blue is a fitting choice for the lighting especially since it nicely complements azure evening views from the home’s expansive windows and sliding doors…
Even without the ‘eco-friendly’ overtones the Schwarzes Gold is a striking lamp that most of us would gladly invite into our own homes. The story of sustainability that it brings along with is the icing on the cake!
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.