The perfect lighting is a must-have ingredient for creating a beautiful kitchen.
By Caitlin KellyMore in Kitchen
Jim Dixon, an architect in upstate New York, included these antique dark-green enameled hanging lamps, sourced from a local dealer, Sandy Klempner, for a country-style kitchen. “They were originally in a Hudson Valley factory but were then restored,” says Dixon. “We love the look industrial but not cold. And the pop of color is a welcome addition to the white cabinetry and the exposed beams.” The kitchen is also lit by unobtrusive white track lighting.
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