If you want to add some color but are afraid to go too bold, try a mobile. It will liven up a neutral kitchen without overpowering it.
Pops of yellow wake up a breakfast nook. It’s like a jolt of energy before you’ve even had your first sip of coffee.
Contrast a rustic, wood kitchen with glass pendants. It’ll brighten up the space and keep it feeling modern.
If you want to update your cooking space without shelling out serious money, you’ve come to the right place. Lighting is an easy way to make a big difference in your kitchen. These fixtures will make a statement, enhance your existing design, and brighten up your kitchen without costing you a fortune. That way you can save those dolla dolla bills for the things that really matter, like having that bounce castle at your wedding.
A natural texture like rattan is ideal for a coastal kitchen. Even if you don’t actually live by the sea, you can decorate like you do.
If you use a lot of color in your kitchen, add contrast with brass pendants. They’re neutral without looking boring or cheap.
How do you make a white kitchen less basic? We’re all about that brass.
A chandelier is peak glam. Make it a gold one and live your fanciest life.
Use a pendant to add a subtle vintage feel. Though longer ones work over kitchen islands, this short hanging pendant is perfect over a kitchen sink.
A trio of pendants look clean over an island. Farmhouse decor goals.
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People will think you bought them at a Moroccan bazaar. (But no one has to know that you actually didn’t.)
In a clean-lined kitchen, pendants add an industrial edge. Up the vibe even more with black nailhead bar stools.
If you’re already feeling your existing lighting, you can still update it by rearranging your grouping. An L-shape feels cool and unexpected.
Bored of your traditional kitchen? Geometric pendants to the rescue.
A globe lantern makes this colorful kitchen feel exotic. Even though the space is small, it still has an impact.
Tie your kitchen together by matching your pendants to your backsplash. It can add even more color and liven it up.
These silver orbs/wannabe disco balls are the cool kitchen upgrade you never knew you needed. They’re unexpected, but totally rad.
With a pineapple lantern and bright yellow wallpaper, it’s tropical vibes all around. It might be a bit much for a dining room, but it’s ideal for a breakfast nook.
Balance rustic and modern with industrial hanging pendants. They can also help ground an all-white kitchen.
Need to brighten up your kitchen? Paint lanterns white inside to reflect more light.
Lanterns are a classic fixture but still feel modern when hung in an unexpected place, like in the kitchen. Pick a finish for the lantern’s interior that works with your decor style.
If you want a neutral metal, choose steel. It works in basically any decor style.
Mixing metals feels cool and perfectly imperfect. If you’ve got stainless appliances, try brass pendants.
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If you want an eye-catching piece in your kitchen, you need a statement chandelier. Even though this one is massive, it doesn’t feel obtrusive, due to the minimal design and clean, open framework.
Industrial-style pendants add contrast above the kitchen island in a traditional home. They balance out an ultra-femme room.
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