Published at Wednesday, 20 March 2019. Kitchen Lighting. By Levo Lassila.
You might just want to hang around the area for a late night snack while talking to someone. In this case, you do not want the obtrusive glare of a high powered direct fluorescent or incandescent light. You would want kitchen lighting that is soft and calming and therefore perfect for the night.
An example is under-cabinet lights since they make excellent task lighting. This kind of kitchen lighting is commonly achieved with small light sources using higher and more focused levels of light with a combination of under cabinet lights and overhead lights that are strategically located. This type of lighting will be mostly found in closets, pantries, cabinets, or drawers.
Anyone in the interior design world can tell you that the latest trends are leaning towards minimalist designs and neat, clean lines. These fixtures are slender, sleek and absolutely posh. Use this form of kitchen lighting in front of the counter tops, over an island or against the back wall for a dramatic effect. In fact, many people use track lighting fixtures around the house in the dining room, living room, bedroom or hallway to highlight a piece of furniture or figurine.
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