Published at Thursday, September 26th 2019, 00:37:06 AM by Daniel Baker. Kitchen Island. If you have an open plan space, you may also find a kitchen island useful as a natural separator between your kitchen and living/dining area. This can also be made social, as someone in the kitchen can prepare food on the island while looking out over the rest of the room.
Published at Monday, September 23rd 2019, 11:06:58 AM by Riley Chapman. Kitchen Island. In terms of depth, usually islands are 4 feet deep to accommodate 2 sets of 24” deep cabinets back to back. If you’re doing a breakfast bar on the outside rather than storage, they are only one set of cabinets deep, but the bar will have 12-18 inches of overhang. Please keep in mind you’ll need to add extra space for any trim.
Published at Tuesday, September 17th 2019, 08:38:28 AM. Kitchen Lighting By Logan Morgan. The Cana 7-Light Drum Chandelier comes in a silver or bronze finish, and it has seven lights in total: six candelabra base lights and one down light. Reviewers note there are several settings that let you use different combinations of these lights, making the chandelier more versatile than you might think. The fixture comes with several stem sections, allowing you to hang it between 20" and 56" from the ceiling— perfect for over your kitchen island or table.
Published at Tuesday, September 17th 2019, 08:34:20 AM. Kitchen Lighting By Lewis Fowler. According to reviewers, this lightweight kitchen light is easy to install and gives off impressive light. The product’s sleek design fits in with most kitchen styles, and the 45,000-hour light bulb ensures you won’t be changing the bulb anytime soon.
Published at Tuesday, September 17th 2019, 08:24:45 AM. Kitchen Lighting By Isaac Curtis. These long, narrow lights are installed directly onto the underside of your cabinetry, making them ideal for illuminating countertops and prep areas. LED light bars come in a wide variety of lengths and they’re linkable, so even long countertops can be fully and evenly illuminated. They can be either hardwired into the wall for a seamless look, or plugged in for easy installation.
Published at Tuesday, September 17th 2019, 08:19:03 AM. Kitchen Lighting By Freddie Woodward. With each of these lighting kits, you get a four-inch remodel housing, decorative trim with integrated LEDs, wire nuts and a cutting stencil. The matte white trim is a simple design, ensuring these lights will blend right in with the ceiling — you’ll barely even notice they’re there. Plus, the product’s integrated energy-efficient LEDs are designed to operate for 35,000 hours without maintenance, meaning you won’t need to break out the ladder to change the bulb anytime soon.
Published at Monday, September 16th 2019, 08:37:36 AM. Kitchen Lighting By Emily Hart. Starting in the 1980s, recessed light fixtures became the norm for general kitchen lighting. But within the last ten years, this has started to change as people realized that the combination of the ceiling penetrations and the greater number of fixtures needed make this type of lighting potentially less efficient than either surface or pendant fixtures. Two trends have emerged since then. One is that the manufacturers have been redesigning recessed fixtures to be much more efficient.
Published at Monday, September 16th 2019, 08:27:37 AM. Kitchen Lighting By Daniel Smart. Select the right lighting based on the size of the space—and counter—you‘re covering. Many islands are accommodated by two or three small pendants, but some require as many as four small lights (or alternatively fewer large lights). In this instance, two large Glendale Chandeliers perfectly cover a long marble island.
Published at Monday, September 16th 2019, 08:23:35 AM. Kitchen Lighting By Daniel Baker. For so many of us, lighting is an afterthought in our interiors. This happens when you think of it as a utilitarian detail of the room, rather than something that adds aesthetic value. When it’s done right, lighting is the unsung element that brings your design to the next level.