21. Stylish Kitchen Lighting
Your kitchen should speak to your personality; it should be unique, eye-catching and interesting just like this kitchen lighting is. The overhead lamps aren’t quite like any we’ve seen so far because of the curved silver rack it hangs from, keeping your ceiling from looking bare.
22. Sleek Side Lighting
If you prefer dimmer spaces and warmer atmospheres, then you will most likely enjoy this next kitchen lighting idea. There are no direct sources of light, but instead, half-hidden lights placed behind wall sections, cabinets, under counters and so on.
23. Wrought Iron and Wood Kitchen
The bell-shaped lanterns aren’t what are spectacular about this kitchen. It’s the glow that the dim lights scattered around to create. The kitchen looks almost magical. To replicate the same mood in your kitchen, all you have to do is pick warm-colour bulbs and make sure you have a dimmer.
24. Quaint Kitchen Lighting
This kitchen lighting idea is for smaller spaces that don’t need as much lighting. While the idea is simple, it’s also elegant and graceful and adds a nice touch to the decor, pulling everything together.
25. Classy Kitchen Lighting
The color scheme of this kitchen gives it a sleek and modern look while the accents such as the painting on the wall, light-coloured hardwood floors, and pastel dining room chairs add a splash of color. The windows are the main light source during the day, while the star-like light above light up the kitchen at night. The best piece in the entire kitchen is the pinecone chandelier hanging over the table.
26. Simple Wood Kitchen
The main light source in this kitchen is the large metal and glass lamp hanging over the counter. The small lights lining the outer edges of the ceiling help light up the spaces the lamp can’t reach.
27. Graceful Kitchen Lights
Looking to add some style to your kitchen lighting? Then try this idea on for size. The small lamps are placed perfectly on the wavy steel bar attached to the ceiling and the angles they are in, allow light to reach every corner of the kitchen.
28. Bright Townhouse Kitchen
For a brighter kitchen like this one, you need higher-wattage bulbs and several light fixtures placed strategically throughout the kitchen. The more you have, the brighter your kitchen will be.
29. Hanging Light Clusters
This idea adds some variety to your kitchen lighting because the lights are at different heights, and are grouped together in threes or fours. You can always make larger or smaller groups based on your preference and kitchen, but don’t use them alone or you might keep the rest of your kitchen in the dark.
30. Long Glowing Lanterns
These lanterns are not the conventional type you find in most kitchens. These are longer and have patterned translucent shades that naturally dim the light. You can customize this look for your kitchen by picking a shade with the right colors and patterns to fit your kitchen.