Shiny appliances and sleek kitchen designs may have been the main draw at EuroCucina in Milan, but Homedit also found an endless supply of kitchen lighting inspiration in the exhibits. Pendant lighting, kitchen island lighting and all sorts of chandeliers emphasized how important light fixtures are to creating the right mood.
It might be made of an understated natural wood, but this imposing kitchen island lighting fixture is most definitely the focal point of the room designed by Alno. Fixtures like these not only fulfill the functional purpose of providing adequate light for cooking, but also serve as a striking design element.
This trio of kitchen pendant lights shown by Ar-Tre demonstrates that they do not need to be the same size or be hung at the same height. The rustic, riveted copper pendants are different sizes, with the largest placed closest to the work surface for good illumination.
Chandeliers are more frequently being used as kitchen island lighting fixtures. This one, shown by Arcari, is a unique mix of elements, such as the old-fashioned bulb shades, quirky glass bow accents and sleek, curved arms.
Arrex displayed this cool arrangement of pendants as a kitchen lighting scheme for a dining table. The mix of long wood spindles, combined with the modern clear, exposed bulb fixtures, creates a fixture that is also a conversation piece.
Concrete is still a design darling, especially when it’s used to create kitchen pendant lighting like these cube-shaped fixtures shown by Arrex. Industrial and chic, they’ll work in just about any modern or contemporary kitchen.
Another kitchen by Arrex was as pink and pretty as a pastry, featuring these drum-shaped kitchen pendant lights. The lattice detail at the bottom of the shade keeps the style light and appropriate for the happy space.