This bubble-looking pendant lights are something people would easily love because it looks so refreshing. Even when you look at it and think that the design somehow resembles something from the past, you know that adding a vintage feature in your kitchen will add more value to it – remarkably!
Last but definitely not the least is this charming kitchen in Stockett Drive. We see a portion of the kitchen – the kitchen countertop/bar and a part of the dining area – the dining table and chairs and long bench. I have always been fascinated with benches used in dining rooms, I think that this year would be a great time to get one!
Have you noticed that in most kitchen spaces that we feature in here has at least one or two lighting fixture above the kitchen bar or lavatory? Well, aside from aesthetics, this is in fact something that a kitchen really needs because of how much work is done in there that it needs tons of lighting more than anywhere in the house. You can choose from a lot of lighting fixtures readily available to us in the market – maybe a stunning chandelier or a simple yet classy pendant lamp. All these are made more available to us than before.
It used to have a tile countertop that is difficult to work on and clean and the upper cabinets are too shallow. Now, a new cabinetry was added including a steam convection oven, a microwave drawer and a refrigerator with paneling to match the cabinets.
I love the color of this trio. The drum industrial lamps in this Heritage home surely stands out because of the minimal use of black in this space that they just basically showed their beauty. It matches with the black marble counter top that shines with it. The use of blue cabinetry for the island is not often used that this too is an added charm in here.
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