Here you will find Pendalier’s exceptional kitchen lighting collection, in a range of different styles to suit any kitchen project.
The kitchen is one of the most used rooms in a house, especially for people who love to cook. Selecting the right lighting is an important part of your kitchen's interior design. Most importantly, good quality lighting has an impact on our mental health and wellbeing. We are here to make sure you make a good choice about your kitchen.
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Rowan Pendant Clear Silver
Rowan Pendant Deep Blue
Rowan Pendant Golden Smoke
Rowan Pendant Ivy Green
Rowan Pendant Pool Blue
Rowan Pendant Ruby
Rowan Pendant Topaz Blue
Fisherman Matt Black
Ilargi Ash Wood Dark
Ilargi Ash Wood Dark 2
Pug Pendant White
Pug Trio White
Round Bistro Smokey
Round Bistro Transparent
Square Bistro Smokey
Horizon Ceiling/Wall Light Chestnut Brown
Horizon Ceiling/Wall Light Obsidian
Horizon Pendant Angry Sea
Horizon Pendant Bright Coral
Horizon Pendant Chameleon Gold
Horizon Pendant Chameleon Silver
Horizon Pendant Chestnut Brown
Horizon Pendant Clear Gold
Horizon Pendant Clear Silver
Horizon Pendant Deep Blue
Horizon Pendant Forest Green
Horizon Pendant Golden Smoke
Horizon Pendant Ivy Green
Horizon Pendant Obsidian
Horizon Pendant Olive
Horizon Pendant Pool Blue
Horizon Pendant Ruby
Horizon Pendant Smokey Grey
Horizon Pendant Toast
Horizon Pendant Topaz Blue
Although functionality is a crucial element to consider, it doesn't have to be just about that. Think about the atmosphere you want to create in your kitchen and how you want to feel when spending time there. Consider creating a space where you feel inspired, comfortable and blissful. The right lighting scheme will help you achieve that.
There are three main aspects to consider among your kitchen lighting ideas: task, mood, and feature.
Task lighting requires the brightest light and focuses on covering working areas, such as preparation and cooking areas or the sink. Mood lights are softer and diffused for a more relaxing mode. Feature lighting brings character to your kitchen with statement pieces or spotlights that have an interesting aspect, like a colour-changing system, dimmable lights option, or in-cupboard illumination.
This type of lighting was originally used as an economic solution but has developed into an essential part of interior design. Pendant lights are characterised by a single bulb (usually bare) and a means of suspension. They are traditionally hung from the ceiling in the middle of the room to provide general lighting in large spaces.
They are also placed on top of a dining table, an island unit, or cooking spaces to provide focused light. It's best to combine a big pendant lamp with smaller wall bulbs, table lamps or other fixtures to create a sense of scale.
Pendant lights are ideal for kitchens because they combine functionality and aesthetics. Have a look at our great selection of pendant bulbs.
Chandeliers were traditionally used to bring a touch of elegance and luxury; they are now used in all spaces, including the kitchen. Modern designed chandeliers satisfy the taste of different people in their everyday life instead of being reserved for special occasions or exclusive luxurious buildings.
Similarly to the pendant, chandeliers offer general light in your kitchen while also bringing something of interest – a hint of character/personality and personal style.
Kitchen ceiling lights are commonly used for large spaces. Suspension refers to light bulbs that hang from the ceiling just like pendant lights. You can use this method to introduce a creative and visually attractive element to the interior design of your kitchen. This may include a single centrepiece in the middle of the ceiling or a cluster of suspended lights.
The design of your kitchen is really a matter of personal preference. There are myriads of different styles of kitchen lights you can use to create a space in which you feel comfortable and happy spending time. Use a single centrepiece for general illumination or numerous smaller bulbs. You can also combine different styles and sizes for a unique lighting system.
Selecting the finishes should be an easy task once you decide what kind of kitchen lights you want to use. Consider the colours and styles in your kitchen and select a finish that will match the environment. For example, you can add white or matt white finishes to blend with the ceiling or go with antique brass to match the rest of the fixtures or furniture in the room.
Consider how different levels of light brightness make you feel when you enter your kitchen, depending on the use of different areas.
People usually need more light on working areas, like cooking spaces, prep counters, and sinks. You can add a large pendant light or spotlights for general illumination and fill the shadows with smaller lamps so you can have more than one option.
The introduction of LED light bulbs brought a new way of seeing energy. LED lights are more sustainable, energy-efficient and have a longer lifespan. We know you want the best for your kitchen and we are here to make sure you make an informed decision. Let us know if you have any questions about light efficiency.
Our goal is to assist you to design the kitchen you've always wanted. With our deep knowledge and experience in interior design, we offer our customers free consultations about the options they have in kitchen lamps.
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