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Advice on Modest Amount of Bling in Kitchen

Posted by onelady1dog2girls (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 8, 09 at 8:29

Hello everyone. Can't imagine doing a remodel without this wonderful forum. We are getting ready to do a kitchen remodel and will be looking for pendants/small chandelier for over a 3x4 island and our kitchen table. There is a peninsula seperating these two areas, so the lights will be approximately 9' apart. I had seen an American Brass 9102 chandelier done in a kitchen in pewter that was just beautiful. However, I think it is a little too much crystal and ornamentality for our kitchen.

Needlesstosay, I'd like a modest amount of bling in the kitchen. Here's a totally different look that appeals to me, it's Framburg Hyperion

http://www.1800lighting.com/Framburg-Lighting/Hyperion-Collection/item.cfm?itemsku=2033PL%2DB.

What do you think of two pendants over the island and the single chandelier over the kitchen table? It's a bit more modern, and I certainly will have to find suitable hardware to match. Any other suggestions? Interested in all your wonderful thoughts....Thanks!


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RE: Advice on Modest Amount of Bling in Kitchen

I agree on the 2 pendants over the island and chandelier over the kitchen table. That's what I have in my home.
you can see the pictures on the link below about midway on the page. One picture of the island and one of the table.

Here is a link that might be useful: Lighting So Exciting Modern Lighting page


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RE: Advice on Modest Amount of Bling in Kitchen

Yes, to the pendant lights. They will complete the look.


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