The previous island is a freestanding counter-height table and it was changed into a new built-in island that contains enough storage and would be great for eating too.
This is one common design when you think of an industrial lamp – we think of drum-like pendants which is either made of metal or stainless steel and of course glass – as seen in this kitchen space. If you like the one above the kitchen bar, I think that you’d like the one above the dining table too!
Last, but definitely the least – a beautiful cottage designed by Whitten Architects. The color palette is so charming, I just want to live in here – plus the cabinets are stunning! Heck, even the simple stools look pretty! Notice how this home is using vintage triangular pendant lamps! Even in the dining area; pretty much a neat idea to really coordinate the fixtures in the house.
Isn’t it rare that we see small pendant lamps in the kitchen area? This is not because we need too much light that designers or home owners go for the medium to large sizes; in fact, this is because they want to make a statement, a bold one – because evidently, it’s the first thing that you’ll see when you enter the kitchen, might as well get the biggest one possible – both for show and function.
I am not sure if this kitchen is staged for the purposes of a photo shoot or what, because it looks so immaculate that using this space for any purpose feels like a crime. Notice the glamorous chandelier in the center that completes the look.
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