Get Your Kitchen Island Lighting Right

Dated: October 11 2019

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I find that most potential home buyers are looking for a kitchen that wows them and many of them concentrate on that stand-out kitchen feature ... an island. Below is a link to any article on a too-often overlooked way to make your kitchen asset pop. If you have an island or hope/plan to add one, don't forget about how you can make it look its best with proper (or dazzling) lighting.

Here are some bright ideas on when to use chandeliers, pendants, track lights and more ...

"The kitchen island is often a central gathering spot in the home, in addition to being a functional, much-used workspace. That’s why it’s important to light it right. "


Read the full article here:  https://www.houzz.com/magazine/how-to-get-your-kitchen-island-lighting-right-stsetivw-vs~50692848    


Thanks to Jason Ray with Keaty Real Estate in Lafayette for bringing this article to my attention.


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