With the development of high technology, zonal lighting in the kitchen has become a necessity. This method not only adds style to the interior, but also makes the space very functional, allowing it to be used most effectively.
This review presents many interesting ideas. You can install point or modular lamps, with or without diameters, hidden or linear – something will surely work for your individual style.
Cooking can be easier and safer, and the room itself will look amazing. The two most common methods are working surface lighting and directional lighting.
Fluorescent, xenon, halogen or low voltage LED lamps all help unlock the potential of space.
The area above the sink, stove and directly above the counter on which you are cooking are the centers of attraction of the entire kitchen. One or more lamps mounted in the closet will make these places more practical and decorate them.
Built-in light sources
Stylish, is not it?
Fluorescent lamps are very economical and at the same time effective, therefore, are the best choice. You can also use dimmers that allow you to adjust the brightness of the light.
Thinking through the kitchen interior, you must immediately consider where there will be areas for cooking, washing and preparing food, as well as for eating. Knowing the habits and lifestyle of your family, you can make an informed decision about the need and location of light sources.
If you are at a loss with the choice, it is worth consulting in the nearest shop specializing in similar devices. Do not forget to take photos of your kitchen.
After resolving the issue with work areas, it’s time to do directional lighting. This will add an additional touch to the room, make the process of culinary creativity more enjoyable, and family dinners are truly cozy.
If you have a multi-level ceiling, then there is a great opportunity to mount the lamp in the protruding unit. You can apply and LED cord on the contour.
This is a great way to highlight the countertop and apron at the sink.
Elegant design method
Highlighting cabinets creates an amazing atmosphere, especially if you install light bulbs behind transparent doors. It is not necessary to spend huge money on design.
A few simple practical techniques will significantly improve the look of your kitchen and make your stay comfortable in it.
The material used works by Divine Kitchens, Anne Fougeron, Robert Legere Design, Arnal Pix, Design Line Inc, Meister Construction, Laura Burton Interiors