Let’s deal with the kitchen today.
Um, just the eat-in area.
So here we are (and yes, I know we have to do something about the windows and the walls too, but *focus*, people), the pub-tastic pendant that lights our breakfast and dinner everyday.
I’ve been gathering suitable replacement options from my favorite lighting sources across the web-o-sphere. I happen to love vintage lighting fixtures as well, but let’s stick with these for now.
What’s particularly interesting about light fixtures is the huge range of pricing. In previous homes, we’ve bought the cheapest-of-the-cheap fixtures, and laid down some decent cash for others. There’s definitely a difference when it comes to ease of installation, quality of materials, and quality of lighting brightness, tone, etc., but in my experience, not as much as the price might cue. So, can you name the most expensive and least expensive fixture in this lineup?
Photo credits, from top to bottom: Paige Lewin (just in case you’re looking for some stock shots of seriously bad lighting); Shades of Light; West Elm; IKEA; Ballard Designs; Circa Lighting; Room & Board; Z Gallerie