Published at Monday, 18 March 2019. Kitchen Lighting. By Adam Bowes.
If you use your kitchen for a variety of functions and would like to achieve different lighting effects, you would have to use a variety of lighting fixtures and elements. There is simply no way for you to achieve all that you want with just one set of fixtures. What you should do is to combine one idea with others and use different kinds of fixtures. You can also additionally have different switches for each set of lights and dimmers to help you achieve the perfect kitchen lighting effect.
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.
For the breakfast area a good overhead light is useful since this area is also frequently used for reading. For more kitchen lighting ideas you can consider such lighting systems as chandeliers to high-tech flexible track lighting with decorative pendants. With a dimmer switch these ceiling-hung fixtures will produce adequate task lighting for family activities. You can also lower the light for entertaining.
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