Published at Friday, September 14th 2018. by Clare Vaughn in Island Lights.
Also known as railing lighting systems, this type of kitchen lighting fixture has a wide range of design flexibility. The track can be long or short, curved or straight. Spotlights, pendants, or other kitchen lighting fixtures can be hung from the track at different points, directions and heights to provide accent, task or general lighting.
For example, your kitchen light fixtures can include kitchen ceiling light fixtures that are rather soft, softer mood lights that are recessed into countertops and backsplash areas, and even kitchen island lights that are bright fluorescent lights that can be used for actually preparing foods.
Islands are great places for table or buffet lamps. On the corner of an eating bar or an out of the way place can add some style and whimsy to your kitchen. And if you don’t happen to have pendants above your island, a portable lamp can provide some height to the area.
Kitchens today are built much larger than they use to be. As a result you have a lot more space to play with. Accent Lighting is not only decorative but can provide function as well. We use ours in the event someone needs to visit the refrigerator or get a glass of water in the middle of the night but doesn‘t want to completely wake up in the process.
There are many different type of pendant track lighting available. The most common are inverted, down lights, mini pendants, Kitchen and island pendant lighting and pool table and billiard lights. You can buy these lights from under $100 to more than $500. The diameter of these pendant lights ranges from under 10 inches to more than 20 inches.
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