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The Best Ways to Illuminate Your Kitchen

The Best Ways to Illuminate Your Kitchen

In most homes, the kitchen is the social hub; the place where families come together after a long day or where people host guests for dinner. With that in mind, it’s worth having a kitchen you can be proud of; a place that showcases your personality. You’ll be pleased to know that there a many cost-effective lighting options which can transform your kitchen into something special.


By installing spotlights underneath your cabinets, you can make them look like they’re floating. This understated yet beautiful look is discreet enough not to interfere with other qualities of your lighting scheme. Using LED bulbs for your spotlights is a great choice, and a favourite amongst homeowners, because they’re affordable, long-lasting and energy efficient. As a result, you will notice reduced utility bills.

Under Cupboard Lights

Under cupboard lighting is a type of task lighting and, as suggested by the name, is designed to fit underneath the cupboards in your kitchen. It’s an interesting way to crease a warm, cosy glow and is less common than standard spotlights. This is ideal if you’re hoping for a more unique interior design. You might be under the impression that under cupboard lighting is a needless luxury, but it actually comes with a variety of benefits.

As well as being aesthetically pleasing, under cupboard lighting is ideal for illuminating your work surfaces, making it easier for you to see what you’re doing when preparing food. When you have the main ceiling lights on in your kitchen, you might experience shadowing on the surfaces, which will hinder your ability to see clearly and might lead to accidents. Under cupboard lighting eliminates this issue.

Pendant Lights

Pendant lights look beautiful when hung above a dining table or island and make a fantastic centrepiece. They allow you to make a stylish statement and clearly separate the work section of your kitchen from the eating section. Where pendant lights are concerned, we would advise you not to go overboard, because you don’t want to make your kitchen seem cluttered.

It’s worth considering installing various types of lighting and create different layers. In other words, by combining the above lighting types, you’ll be able to manipulate the space and alter the mood from bright and spacious to warm and romantic.

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