Kitchen Lighting


kitchen lighting


The modern kitchen is the heart of the home, a place where families and friends gather and socialise. It is also a highly functional space and lighting solutions should reflect its dual roles.

First and foremost, good ceiling light is important. A central light will suffice but a better solution would be to consider multiple ceiling lights. A series ofmulti-head spot lights will allow light to be directed to key work stations such as the sink, oven, fridge and food preparation areas.

Supplementary kitchen lighting can be added to the underneath of wall mounted cupboards, cookerhoods or at plinth level.Many newly designed kitchens often have either apeninsular or freestanding island. Here, lighting can be exploited to create a fantastic focal point for the room – consider a series of pendants hung in a linear format – remember the placement of objects in odd numbers, rather than even, often gives a more pleasing result so consider three or even five lights, if spaceallows

.In kitchens where there is room for a seating area,table and floor lights can be used to zone the spaces and create a cosy and relaxing feel.

An overhead lighton a dimmer switch can also be used here as well asover a table in the dining area.




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