Pendant Light. Thursday , June 28th , 2018 - 11:21:14 AM
Because of their increased popularity, the pendant can be seen in many modern homes. Don't hesitate to pay a visit to the neighbors or to the model homes, etc. in the area (trust me, many of these model units will use the pendant in a variety of attractive and ingenious ways).
When thinking about placement, consider hanging the lights temporarily before putting hardware in place. This will allow you to experiment with placement to ensure the lights don't create harsh shadows or fail to light the desired area adequately.
The different styles of kitchen pendant lighting There are a huge number of styles to pick from when it comes to kitchen pendant lighting. The Contemporary Style offers metallic and plastic lights in the shape of bells and upside down jars, with a few other shapes. Generally, they go well in modern kitchens and fit well with a kitchen that's heavily decked out in the latest appliances. The Traditional and Rustic Styles are more classical looking, and have flairs and parts that are nice shapes that go well with traditional wooden kitchen furniture. If you have a stucco pattern on your kitchen ceiling, for example, you might like to go for the Rustic Style of kitchen lighting to match that. Crystal is another popular style for kitchen pendant lighting, and will go best in the most elegant residences or even special places such as town halls or ballroom kitchens in hotels.
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