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Double Island Lighting Help

Posted by glloyd77 (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 17, 12 at 8:28

We are in the middle of completing our lighting plan for our new home. Our kitchen is planned to have a double island. (current electric plan attached - the pendants are presently paced on top of the wrong island)

We are struggling to find examples and plans for the double island layout. We would like to have pendant lamps over the middle island as this will be used as the prep area. We are also looking at utilizing 4 inch cans and maybe some flush mount/semi-flush mount. Our question is how do we effectively light the front island without impeding on the look of the pendant lights on the middle island. (side note - we are intending on installing under cabinet LED & possible a row of top upper cabinets with glass that will also be illuminated for accent purposes.) All your thoughts are appreciated!

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RE: Double Island Lighting Help

Sorry - new to this. Trying to post a better picture of the layout

RE: Double Island Lighting Help

I will try this one more time so it can be seen a bit better. Attached a link to the PDF file

Here is a link that might be useful: Lighting Plan

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