Kitchen Ceiling Lights
In the kitchen lighting is often problem. When you go to a shop to try and decide kitchen lights, you might have noticed that there are only kitchen ceiling lights available. Almost no table lamps are ever on the list and floor lamps do not even belong in the kitchen. Reason for this may be explained by pointing that kitchens are small places, where work needs to be done with the utmost care.
Otherwise you will be bumping into lights while carrying food, or running to the stove if something is burning. But the real reason is, kitchen is a holy sanctum for food, and one requires proper light to be able to see food, when preparing or cooking it. Floor lamps will not have the power to light up the kitchen countertop as they will be lighting from below. But kitchen ceiling lights since they are above and all there energy is focused down, on the areas that require proper lights, are the best possible option to choose.
But then the question arises, what kind of lights should be installed in the ceiling of ones kitchen. After all, some places in the kitchen require extra light where as some areas can be just generally illuminated. Hence it is advisable to see what kind of kitchen, style and design are you are you trying to map out. Whether itâ€™s modern, sophisticated, sleek, antique or any other and accordingly decide the type of kitchen ceiling lights that go with it.
Now these lights are divided into six basic groups, flush and semi flush, the classic recessed or can lights, the chandelier which is usually the centre of the kitchen decoration, rail or cable lights, pendants and track lights. Each has its own good and bad qualities.
For example, the recessed or can lights are quite standard and most kitchen has these, some people even install them at the top or the base of the cabinets to illuminated the specific parts of the kitchen. But it has a flaw. Since it is installed at ceiling level the light it emits, is depleted when it falls on the counter top or the floor, not only this, but the cabinets and such also block the light and produces un wanted shadows, which ends up darkening parts if the kitchen. The same way the pendant has some advantages and disadvantages. The pendant can be used like a spot light, where it focuses on a certain part of the kitchen and you will not complain about the light being less than required in that area, but what about the rest of the kitchen? You will have to install many pendants like kitchen ceiling lights to properly illuminate the whole kitchen.
The same way all six types of ceiling lights have pros and cons. So it may be a good idea to mix all these kinds of lights. We sell kitchen ceiling lights we have a huge variety of every kind of lighting fixture you would need. We have them in different styles, designs colors, ranging from high to low prices. Our products are made from many different materials and of certainly good quality. You can have a look at all our designs, get an idea and then decide the sort of look or style you want in your kitchen and buy the lights accordingly.