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Rustic/Tuscan/Farmhouse mini pendant light?

Posted by bichonlover3 (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 21, 08 at 20:19

I am trying to find mini pendants to hang over my 6' peninsula. My kitchen is tuscan style with dark patina copper farmhouse sink, antiqued amaretto cabinets and terra type porcelain tiles.

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RE: Rustic/Tuscan/Farmhouse mini pendant light?

Have you considered a schoolhouse pendant? They are very eye-catching and unique compared to the little glass pendants that have been so popular for the past few years. They also give a warm, diffused glow, not the bare-bulb piercing light that some of the little ones throw off. Also, with a 6' peninsula, you may want to consider two more generously-sized pendants instead of three or so 'mini' pendants, depending on the look you're going for and the amount of other light available to you in the room. I found a single chain pendant for you that comes in several finishes you may want to check out. It's on the rejuvenation lighting site and the item no. is AA3522, the Baldwin. It comes in a copper finish but also a rubbed bronze that may be nice with your sink. With a 6' peninsula you may want to consider two of these (hint - cut out two circles the diameter of the light you're considering and place them on your peninsula to get an idea how much space they're going to take up) Don't go too small or they will look kind of sparse for the space. Good luck with your decision!

Here is a link that might be useful: Rejuvenation lighting

RE: Rustic/Tuscan/Farmhouse mini pendant light?

I'd recommend looking at these Pendant Lights. I get my lights there and have always been satisfied.

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