It is where families come together to cook and share stories, where you eat breakfast and read the news every morning, where you bake cookies to prepare for your holiday guests…I could go on. A chandelier is also a visual way to bring elegance, softness, or feminine essence to a practical space like the kitchen.
If your kitchen has wooden cabinets or a more rustic look, a chandelier can add class and a hint of sophistication and thought to balance out your design (see below).
The white globe chandelier below gives playful geometry and visual interest to an otherwise sleek and all stainless steel kitchen.
Here are just a few examples we love: Place a glamorous, modern chandelier above a minimal, euro-style kitchen island like the photo below. In the image following, notice how the small silver chandelier with black shades contrasts and tones down the white-washed French Country kitchen.
Height: Hang your kitchen chandelier lighting so that its lowest point is 30-34 inches from the tabletop (we always suggest leaning toward the higher end of this margin). Consider a mini for above the sink to add a little bit of charm to the kitchen (and it’ll make you smile when the sun from the window hits the crystals). Our services provide multiple layout and design options that fit your style and budget for any room.