Published at Wednesday, February 07th, 2018 - 22:24:02 PM. . By Kathleen.
You may need a fixture that will put out a more diffused light to cover the entire kitchen area with ambient light. Then you can have under-counter lights, and your well-focused track lights. Another source of light you might consider is over-counter lights, where you put it above kitchen cabinets and below the ceiling. This gives a warm glow to the room and makes its ceiling seem higher.
Not so long ago, it was pretty common for the kitchens in small houses and apartments to be fitted with one hanging ceiling fixture to supply all the light in the room. This was often an unpleasant arrangement that caused all sorts of unsightly shadows in the room as sunlight progressed throughout the day. And, unless your stove was right underneath the beam of the kitchen ceiling lighting, cooking dinner at night would always take place in the half dark. These days home designers and renovators have many more options when it comes to type and style of fixtures in the kitchen.
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