Published at Monday, 21 September 2020. Kitchen Design. By paula margaret.
Another option is the use of a specially designed kitchen island light. These fixtures typically use two or more lights all suspended from a single light, similar in fashion to a chandelier. (They also make great light fixtures for billiards tables!) These can be great for larger kitchen islands where you don't want to have a number of different pendant lights hanging, which can create visual clutter.
Once you know what type of light fixtures you're going to use, you'll need to find the right placement. If you're using a single light fixture, such as a flush or semi-flush mount ceiling fixture, or a specialized kitchen island light, then you'll want to center the fixture over the island.
Finally, recessed lights are a great choice for those who want more of a classy, elegant look in their space. They're also a great choice for those working with an ultra modern space or a shabby cottage style space. In fact, recessed lights work for just about any style, despite the fact that they all tend to look relatively the same. These fixtures are flush with the ceiling, creating a clean look with ample lighting.
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