Published at Wednesday, 20 March 2019. Kitchen Lighting. By Kristiina Lammi.
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.
Safety is very important and only with a proper and good flow of brightness will you be able to avoid accidents relating to kitchen incidents. In the early days, kitchen lighting ideas may mean having a single source of light which is typically from a single overhead light fixture, plus the brightness that you get from the sunlight at day time.
The typical modern kitchen lighting layout works perfectly well in terms of lighting design, but it has a couple of major drawbacks, mainly because in order to get the kind of crisp light needed in a kitchen the default option has become halogen lamps. These are hugely inefficient and operate at extremely high temperatures. Well over 90% of the electricity you pay good money for to light your kitchen is wasted as heat which itself presents a fire risk to any material located in close proximity.
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