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Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
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I have an 8 ft island and I bought 3 - 14 inch wide school house pendants. They seem too big. What would the recommendation be for and 8 ft island, how many pendants and what size if I would like 3 of them. Is going down to 12 inch a good idea or smaller? Thanks
How high did you hang the lights above the island?
I'm planning on using bell jar lanterns over my 15 foot island. I was thinking two and having them hung up high to provide the room with light.
how can I get a schoolhouse light with a pull chain that is NOT for a ceiling fan?
I have an old farmhouse without a lot of wall switches. In the office, I'd like to put in a ceiling light with a pull chain, but no fan; they don't seem to exist. How to find
“cottage - mid/century cross over” — dehofle
REFINED LLC
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Coastal Casual
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Could you please tell me where to purchase these awesome pendant lights? Thanks.
What kind of under counter lighting did you use?
Where Dan I purchase these pendant lights?
These look like white glass subway tile: http://www.subwaytileoutlet.com/products/White-Glass-Subway-Tile
love island pendants love back splash light gray island
“Back splash” — bethanytoner
Witt Construction
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2011 Showcase - Hillside Retreat
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Love the lighting! Can you please share what type of bulbs are in the pendants? I like the warm / amber color they are giving off and not that "white" or "blue" color you get w/ many
Where are the pendant sphere's from? They are beautiful. I also love the fabric on the chairs...can you tell me where they are from as well?
did anyone ever find out where the pendants over the island are from???
I finally found those pendants. They
Warm feel. Lights. Casual but elegant.
pendants similar to ones at plumbing fixture
“like island, sink and faucet” — lriley11
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Urban Playhouse
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Where is the frosted glass from?
hi where are ceiling lights and sconces from please?
here: Sydney: http://www.barnlightelectric.com/pendant-lighting/barn-pendant-lights/the-sydney-industrial-cord-hung-pendant.html Outback: http://www.barnlightelectric.com/pendant-lighting/barn-pendant-lights/barn-light-outback-warehouse-pendant.html Hope that helps!
purchased from Barn Light Electric. The sconce looks like our Industrial Static Topless Sconce: http://www.barnlightelectric.com/wall-sconce-lighting/rustic-wall-sconces/barn-light-industrial-static-topless-sconce.html That pendant could either be our Outback Pendant or Sydney Industrial Pendant. Links here:
Lakeshore. Guest room glass tile?? Love water color
“layout” — sunshinegirl2612
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Creative Open-Concept Home in Toronto
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Can someone tell me how to make a light fixture like this? I'm on a tight budget and this looks simple to do
Where can I buy the grey metallic wall mounted light fixtures on left?
the 3 pendant lights shown in the picture, those are similar to our Firefly Cord-Hung Ceiling Lights. It seem like a black cord, and the backplate is likely done in a Painted Aluminum to match the modern setting. You can see that light I described here: http://barnlightoriginals.com/ceiling-lights/vin
many reasonable 'pre-made' lights available to give you this look and a handyman could attach the pipe.
This lighting idea is really 'smart'. Being able to achieve island lighting without electrical boxes in the ceiling. I think this could be done with a number of lights. We had a similar idea for
“Hanging lights” — mreffin
Fireclay Tile
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Clean and Contemporary San Francisco Kitchen
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The Debris Series qualifies for LEED points and will enhance any installation. These locally sourced recycled materials include; recycled waste glass made up of bag-house dust collected from Strategic Materials in San Leandro, recycled granite dust from Granite Rock, recycled spent abrasives leftover
Pharos Modern Pendant Light - Niche Modern Contemporary
Where do the pendant lights come from?
Click on the picture, then on the green price tag on the clear pendant. That will bring you to the lighting info.
The blend of wood, glass and stainless. Practical. Classy.
Like idea of diff colored and shaped lights for island
lights, gray cabinets & butcher block
PENDANT LIGHT OUT OF GLASS BOWLS
Nice simple clean fresh kitchen like the light fixture touch
“butcher block color” — lindleylee
Harrell Remodeling
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Kitchen
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Wher can I find those pendant lights?
What are the size of the pendants and the size of the island?
I love the splash of color, with the lights adds interest. Thank you
Those are Mini Ovation Pendants by Tech Lighting, with the Ferrari Red glass shade and clear glass ball accessory: http://www.lumens.com/Mini-Ovation-Pendant-by-Tech-Lighting/PAAAIABMEPEPPKBM/Product -Nissa
http://www.lightingdirect.com - great resource for pendant lighting!
Need to find a local glass blower
Modern with Kraftmaid. Love how the pendants tie in with the art work.
accessed on corner and outside of island. (not the lights)
these are the lights I want to use
inject color. small lights so 3 fit, if
Sometimes, pendant lights are a way to inject some color and interest. These three pendants over the island are the focal point of this kitchen and that's due to their bright color in an otherwise neutral room. They are small enough that three of them fit comfortably in the space and they produce enough
“drawer pulls” — clairebl
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
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Where can I find a glass blown light like that?
Where can the pendant lights above the island be found? I love the simplicity. Your home is beautiful. Thank you for your help
the green glass around the eddison bulb
ss cabs - strip lighting along line, windows above
in supplemental lighting. Soft, glowing light makes everyone look beautiful and conceals flaws in your kitchen to boot. While cooking, it's fine to have the overhead lights on, but when you are ready to sit down, turn to other lighting methods. Here are some ideas:If your overhead lights have a dimmer
dimmer, use it.If your overhead lights are terrible (for example, old fluorescents) bring in floor and table lamps from other rooms and use those instead, even while cooking. The light should be fine as long as you use higher-wattage bulbs (at least 75 watt).Tuck small table lamps with low-wattage bulbs onto
“Ceiling” — jonbutterfield
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