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Capiz flower pendant: what other lighting coordinates?

Posted by NewEnglandSara (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 5, 12 at 23:12

Hi All,

We bought the Capiz Flower Pendant from Pottery Barn, and we plan to put it above our large kitchen island. I also need to find fixtures for above the kitchen sink (a small pendant) and for above our rectangular kitchen table that is in the same space. I am feeling in over my head, and we are on a time crunch. Any thoughts about what sorts of fixtures coordinate with a capiz flower pendant?

Other info...Our cabinets are European Beech in a Shaker style with crown moulding to the ceiling, and we have a silvery Silestone countertop. The appliances are stainless, and our backsplash is 1 X 3 subway tile in sort of "beachy" colors: two aquas, two soft greens, a pale gray and an almost-white gray. The room has plenty of recessed lighting already aside from the eating area. Finally, the kitchen area is also open to a family room, which includes a Modern Fan in white.

I am eager for some ideas. Thank you! :-)


Here is a link that might be useful: link to capiz pendant at Pottery Barn

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RE: Capiz flower pendant: what other lighting coordinates?

I think I would just keep it simple but try to match one of the elements of the capiz light. So either match the color, or the frostedness, or the general shape of each frond or find something that co-ordinates without commanding attention so the capiz light will be the star!

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