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Example of a trendy galley kitchen design in San Francisco with shaker cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets and black appliances —  Houzz
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lauriloops wrote:Jan 11, 2013
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    I have used those lights on several jobs. They are Ogetti- small fry. It was a few years back, I hope they still make them. They are great lights. They are a resin mosiac. I believe they take a hallogen bulb.
  • PRO
    How fun! The colors remind me of some of our blown glass pendants.
suewed wrote:Sep 2, 2012
  • Stephanie Gruber

    Can you please tell me the dimensions of the pendant lights? Length and width (across bottom). Do you know the drop from the ceiling? Thanks.

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    Tower Lighting

    The pendant mosaic shade is 14"H x 6"W. The overall length of the pendant, with wire, looks to be about 30-inches.

mandy_a wrote:Sep 6, 2011
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    DeCocco Design
    The photo you posted gives you some great visual clues on what to do--those pendants are not too big, they're hung fairly high, they coordinate well with the other finishes in the kitchen, but they don't match (no matchy poo!) When lit, they bring a serious pop of color and light into the room.
  • mandy_a
    This photo was posted by someone else....not my kitchen. Mine is not ready yet and I need some advice on the island lighting. I am planning on getting 3 industrial pendant lights for my island. Need advice on the size of the pendants and the finish (nickel, bronze...) Thanks!!
heidiyvonne wrote:Jun 12, 2013
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    Wild Goose Carvings sell a full range of plain cutshape corbels online at They can be delivered across the globe.
sharonbakersings wrote:Apr 18, 2012
  • Emily H
    I think a lot depends on the cabinet and wall color. Did you end up going with a dark floor?

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Paul Anater added this to Kitchen Islands: Pendant Lights Done RightJan 11, 2011

In this kitchen, three pendants bring in a shot of color and draw up the red-toned stain on the island cabinetry. Long, conical pendants like these can be hung a little higher than some other shapes. Here's how to determine how high to hang your pendants (you'll need three people, but it's worth it): Before installing your pendants, have one person climb a ladder and hold the light fixture in what looks like a good position. Have a second person measure the distance from the bottom of the pendant to the floor. The third person's job is to decide which height works best. Keep in mind that you want the pendant low enough to hide the glare of a light bulb but high enough so that the pendant doesn't act as a barrier. No room and no fixture will have the same sweet spot. When you find yours, record it. Do you have a pendant light success story or tip?

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HU-551903348 added this to webuser_551903348's ideasJun 17, 2019

pendants, tips for hanging lights

Carolina Lighting Clearance Center added this to Pendant LightingDec 8, 2017

In this kitchen, three pendants bring in a shot of color and draw up the red-toned stain on the island cabinetry.

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