Make Light WorkLighting should not only be practical and functional, but also stylish and look good when switched on or off. Here is an eclectic mix, from kitchen pendants to bedside lights.
Katherine Mitchell, lighting buyer at John Lewis & Partners One of the most important considerations when lighting a kitchen is the height of the ceiling. Higher spaces allow for more creativity with the type and amount of lighting you can use. Consider a cluster of pendants, hung at varying heights, as a contemporary twist on a traditional chandelier. Lower ceilings work better with wall lights and sleek flush or semi-flush ceiling lights to maximise head room. Layering your look with different types of lighting will allow you to light specific areas and give you greater control over the ambience of the room.
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