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This blog chronicles my entire kitchen renovation from start to finish. Greentea Design has provided me with their solid wood , and I’m taking care of the rest.
If you’d like to be brought up to date, check out my for an archive of previous posts. I posted recently about the arrival of the appliances and some other odds and ends, and now for the completed lighting.
The lighting and wiring in my new kitchen is FINALLY completed. Everyone always says how key lighting is in a space and guess what? They’re RIGHT!! The kitchen looked great once the cabinets were in but now that it’s properly lit, WOW – the cabinets look even more fabulous. What a difference from the old kitchen, with one ceiling fan with 3 lights, and a lamp on the counter. Now I have 9 potlights, 3 pendants, 2 wall lamps and under-cabinet light strips. Funny thing is now that the kitchen is so well lit, all the other rooms have such crappy lighting in comparison.
Here are a few photos of the kitchen taken right after the electrician finished up (hood fan was mid-installation).
The pendants I bought at turned out to be a perfect fit with the look I was going for. They are industrial and fun and quirky…and since I have no dining table yet, everyone is cursing them because we’ve all bashed our heads on them numerous times. I have regular bulbs in them but because of the shape of them they give off hardly any light so I have to pick up some floodlights to use instead.
To see the rest of the lighting in place, including my Tolomeos which I am totally in love with, click .
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