Published at Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 - 21:12:29 PM. Kitchen. By Emma Violette.
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The choice now is up to you: a single bright pendant light or several less bright ones that deliver roughly the same brightness. For instance, you can install a single long LED panel to cast enough light on a long kitchen island. Or you can opt for a three pendants arranged linearly. For smaller kitchen islands, one or two pendants should be adequate.
If you need people’s eyes to be drawn above immediately they enter the kitchen, a chandelier is what you need. In fact, you can use a chandelier to set the kitchen island apart from the rest of the kitchen. The design is essential when choosing a good chandelier. It needs to match the overall décor of the room. Be especially careful not to overpower other focal points of the kitchen such as the backsplash, the hood or the kitchen island itself.
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