Thanksgiving is a day to thank family and friends, whether it is entertaining old friends or family members who enjoy seasonal dinners at your home, we should make some decorative products for our restaurant on this day.
The kitchen is one place where functional and aesthetic lighting in even layers is required, combining the best of both worlds. This becomes even more important in small kitchens, where lighting can determine the overall look of a space.
As you reimagine lighting in your kitchenette, there are a number of ways you can move forward. It all starts with the fusion of natural ventilation and artificial light, which not only brighten the room, but connect it to the outside world. You can then choose between chandeliers, pendant lights, recessed lights and even wall lights, as you're looking for the perfect way to brighten up your kitchenette.
Find the right pendant
If there's one light fixture that's a staple in the modern kitchen, it's the smart, contemporary pendant light. The idea of hanging three ornate pendants above the kitchen counter has been replicated with great success in kitchens across the globe. But in a small kitchen, you're usually limited to one or two pendants at most. This means finding the right pendant is even more important. Let the style and theme of your kitchenette dictate your pendant choices.
You'll want to buy a pendant that's slim, comfortable, and blends into the background as much as possible. This not only makes the kitchen more spacious, but also provides just the right amount of task lighting. Combining a pendant light with recessed lights is the way to go, and sometimes you can even place it next to a skylight or window for even greater effect. It's best to stay away from the very large or oversized industrial pendants here as they create a cluttered look.
Thanksgiving is sure to go well with the lights against it.