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We just can’t get enough of these brilliant kitchens!

Countertops, cabinets, appliances, and even the sink all play a staring role in a kitchen renovation.

But what about the lighting? While its job may be to highlight everything else in the room, a standout pendant or chandelier can add considerable style to your space.

Here are some of our favourite, attention-stealing lighting looks for the kitchen:

The Gold Standard


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Gold has definitely made an impact in kitchens this year, but its possibly the moist stunning when seen in kitchen lighting. Antiqued, brushed, and other subtle iterations give today’s gold fixtures a timeless appeal that will likely remain current for years to come.

Open for Business

Kitchen fixtures have been getting progressively larger in recent years, which can sometimes overwhelm or distract in certain spaces. However, open fixtures that lack shades or globes are able to circumvent this issue. Here, you can enjoy the grand scale of a larger light fixture, without making the space feel closed off.

Traditional Appeal

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Sometimes the traditional lines of a classic chandelier can bring a room together in a way that nothing else can.



Our absolute favourite kitchen light fixtures are those that really capture your attention. This type of fixture is as much art as it is a functional part of a room. Unusual textures and shapes, the use of colour, and unexpected materials all have a way of adding just the right hint of magic to a space.


Of course, the best kitchen lighting schemes involve more than just beautiful fixtures. If you’re planning a kitchen renovation in the near future, it’s important to work closely with your lighting contractor. Your lighting specialist can work with you to help design a lighting scheme that both beautifies the space and simplifies your kitchen tasks.

Are you ready to learn more about how lighting can impact your kitchen renovation? Connect with local electrical contractors here on to get started.


Lead Photo by Aaron Huber on Unsplash

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