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Light fixtures and Counter stools for White Kitchen

Posted by AH9200 (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 16, 14 at 21:16

I'm looking to add pendant lights above my island, and a coordinating flush/semiflush fixture in front of the hutch.

We have brushed nickle knobs and pulls but need to install (just repained the cabs) and the floor down the road will be hardwood - hopefully within 2 years. Backsplash will change too to a classic white or very light gray/white - maybe subway tile.

I attached some pictures of pendants I thought would look good. Any suggestions would be apprecaited!

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Large open space between island and hutch - what about a rug here?
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Bar Stool I like -
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Pendants
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RE: Light fixtures and Counter stools for White Kitchen

My favs would be the PB lights and the light toned wood stools. The lights would add a nice texture to counterbalance the slickness of the countertop and the light stools will look better against the floor imo.


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RE: Light fixtures and Counter stools for White Kitchen

Bar stools I like and Harlowe pendant, and these would also work well with a change in the flooring to wood and both would work well with the subway tile.


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RE: Light fixtures and Counter stools for White Kitchen

Bar stools are nice, but I couldn't sit on them wearing shorts. lol. They also look uncomfortable for scooting around on, even if they do swivel.

With all the white I think fabric seats with print would be nice.


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