For most homeowners who are afraid to use a color as striking and bright as orange in the kitchen in a permanent or extensive fashion orange pendants provide a smart and easy decorating alternative. These lovely lighting fixtures look great both when switched on and off and more often than not end up becoming the most eye-catching feature of the kitchen. As always we present to you today some of the best kitchens that embrace orange pendants gleefully along with the many options out there.
Yes using orange extensively in the kitchen is not as straightforward as it is with other colors. But with a hint of creativity the right shade and lighting you can more than just ‘make it work’. In the modern kitchen do not just limit yourself to paint when you start thinking about orange.
Made from CNC cut bamboo plywood these pendants have a silhouette that borrows from the form of microscopic ocean diatoms. Easy on the eyes and minimal these light fixtures bring curves to a modern setting without going over the top.
Lanterns might have found their origin in the serene Japanese homes and lavish palaces centuries ago but they as much a part of modern day lighting across the world today as your typical pendants and chandeliers.
In the double-height dining room this large chandelier makes a big visual impact while filling the space above. In a dining room with low roof and plenty of floor space try out the twin chandelier approach to illuminate the room evenly.
You would think that the modern kitchen is not really a place that is conducive to the use of black chandelier. But you will be surprised at how good this elegant chandelier seems in an all-white contemporary kitchen with a smart island.