Time to light up reading with this blog on kitchen lighting
What would we all do without the concept of light? Thanks to Thomas Edison’s creation today, we can depend on lights to give us more than enough brightness wherever required in our homes. Imagine cooking without kitchen lights? How would we search for all those spices and vegetables? The thought is unimaginable, isn’t it? This blog is all about kitchen lighting ideas for your home. Take a look at what we have in store for you.
Let’s Go Concave
This kitchen will take you back to the countryside with its rustic touch. It has been beautifully designed with beach and white wood complemented by elegant wooden flooring. This kitchen is designed with a lovely wooden countertop and a wooden panel backsplash. It has overhead cabinets and an open wine cabinet too. Vegetables and fruits can now be stored in the open with slanted inbuilt crates. The kitchen lights here match with the colour combination of the kitchen and are twin drop-down concave lights.
Bring In A Lighting Bell
A wonderful kitchen deserves a wonderful kitchen lighting design. This modern minimalistic kitchen has bell-shaped pendant lighting that stands out even as a piece of art in this entirely white kitchen. Indoor plants bring freshness into this kitchen’s interior design with a window that provides great ventilation.
A Decorative Drop Down
This gorgeous island kitchen with wooden flooring and white weatherboard cabinets has a variety of kitchen lighting inculcated into the interior design of this space. Right above the bar counter is drop-down decorative kitchen light. There is a false ceiling with wooden panel work with recessed lights that illuminate this kitchen. The dining has a beautiful antique candle styled hanging light. All in all a wonderful place to cook, dine and entertain.
Let The Rings Do The Work
A modern minimalistic kitchen deserves modern kitchen lights. This kitchen spells out simplicity. With a small island kitchen and dining in front, this kitchen is clearly for a family of four. The drop-down led ring lights to add to the aesthetics and give this kitchen a modern touch.
A Black And White World Of Retro
If you know of no other colours than black and white this kitchen is designed for you. This kitchen is one of a kind with black walls, white cabinets, a bar counter, a hovering chimney and a zebra-striped shutter. This kitchen lighting is a classic candle chandelier. There are also upright candle-shaped lamps fixed on the wall! What a warm yet filmy feel isn’t it?
Also Read: Black And White Kitchen Designs
An Arched Surprise
This 90’s kitchen design is sure to take you back to your childhood. A small kitchen with a lovely arched bar counter with wooden drawers and a steel chimney is the kind of cooking space many retro-lovers will crave for. A perfect little window where you can see the street across looks like a kitchen for the book Petter Rabbit. The kitchen light is a flower chandelier that hangs so elegantly and adds a tint of warm glow to the room.
Fancy A Fancy Light
This industrial kitchen has lovely fancy light in an isosceles trapezoid shape. The walls of this kitchen are dark grey. The flooring is wood, the countertop kitchen cabinets and oven space have been designed in white. A hover chimney in steel completes this dark industrial kitchen.
Here are some popular question our clients ask when it comes to kitchen lighting
Q: What type of lighting is best for a kitchen?
A: A nice bright light or cool white light is perfect for the kitchen.
Q: How much lighting do I need in a kitchen?
A: This entirely depends on how big or small your kitchen is. Based on the size of your kitchen and the amount of activity that takes place there you can decide what sort of light and light fixtures you would like to use.
Q: What is the latest trend in kitchen lighting?
A: Fluorescent lights have now become a thing along with accent lighting. But chandeliers made of crystals and beads never fail to impress. Abstract lighting is also a trendy popular pick these days.
This is what we at Design Cafe think are the best kitchen lights you should have in your kitchen. Let us know what you think! Send us an email. Can’t wait to hear from you!