31. Space Tent Lights
This next kitchen lighting idea features overhead drop-down lights in the style of party tent light fixtures. They’re all-white color and delicately designed exterior make them a beautiful addition to any kitchen.
32. Steel Hat Lights
Nothing says sleek and modern like steel and iron. These steel hat light lights will look great in any kitchen, especially with black, white and silver accents.
33. Festive Lighting
The long strings of lights you hang up during the holidays aren’t only used for one month a year. You can also use them to dazzle up your kitchen. They look artistic when hanging from the roof, and twinkle like stars, bringing in the holiday cheer each time you turn them on.
34. Coloured Glass Lighting
A lot of kitchen lighting ideas use either yellow or white light, but with this design, you can choose the color you want by picking out a stained glass cover for your lights.
35. Victorian Wrought Iron Lights
If you like the elegant look of Victorianesque designs then this next idea is great for you. The delicately curved and styled iron looks dainty and posh when mixed with rich creams and wood like it is in this picture.
36. Wide Hat Lamps
The main focus of these light fixtures is the three hat shades that control the direction of the light. The dark iron holders they are connected to, make good use of the empty space and draw your attention.
37. Contrast Colour Kitchen Lighting
If you have a central theme for your kitchen, especially a colour-oriented one, then a pop of color can really brighten up space. The colored light shades only add a slight tint to the light and immediately draw your eyes in because of the bright color.
38. Lanterns in a Row
This rustic lantern holder has an old and artistic feel to it. It’s best used in kitchens with darker accents. To personalize this idea, you can space the lanterns out, use more or less, or lengthen the chain that holds it to the ceiling until the lights are at the desired height.
39. Upside-Down Wine Glass Lights
These next lights look like wine glasses turned upside down. The long stems keep them at the right position to direct light all over the kitchen while the glass shades keep them from becoming too bright.
40. White Glow Lights
Glass shades are usually used with warmer colored lights, and very rarely with bright fluorescent lights. If you want to keep the number of light fixtures in your kitchen low, then bright, centralized lights are the way to go. They’re bright enough to illuminate the entire kitchen but the shades keep them from blinding you.