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Help with pendant lighting for classic white kitchen

Posted by brown126 (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 6, 08 at 9:55

We are nearing completion of our kitchen project. We did a lot ourselfs including demo, installation of floors, sink and cabinet.

We went with cabico white beaded inset cabinets, a dark grey caesarstone countertop, shaw's white farm sink.

We are now looking for two smaller type of pendants over the peninsula. Not a huge peninsula so we are thinking the two lights have to be on the smaller side.

We are looking for a classic look but possibly a nautical look as we live near the water on Long Island

Photos, ideas or sites are appreciated.

Thanks for the help

Any thoughts are appreciated.


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RE: Help with pendant lighting for classic white kitchen

First of all, your kitchen sounds gorgeous! And I think we have exactly what you are looking for. You might want to try a couple of our 6 inch drum pendants in a nice white/grey combination. The colors would lend to the traditional white of your kitchen, while drawing out your countertop.
You could also use the 6 inch drum pendant in a vibrant turquoise/navy combination. It would add a splash of color and it would also go well with your nautical theme.

Best of luck to you!

Here is a link that might be useful: Pendant Lighting


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RE: Help with pendant lighting for classic white kitchen

A lot of times people go with white because that is the color of the ceilings or sorroundings, but a little color might be a good idea. Here's a good assortment of mini pendant lights. That's where I get most of my lights and they've always been good to me.


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