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Light is essential for more than simply culinary tasks. It also creates a lovely environment, transforming your kitchen into a comfortable living place. This is especially important if you have an open-plan kitchen and want a seamless transition between the living and eating spaces. It is critical to have well-planned mood, accent, and work lighting. There are numerous methods to incorporate light into your kitchen: From simple work space lighting beneath wall units to much more complex solutions such as integrated lighting in glass cases to lighting fixtures in drawers and pull-outs inside cabinets, there is a solution for everyone. In handleless kitchens, all finger pulls can be outfitted with lighting lamps.
Lighting should be considered early in the design process. Begin with natural light sources - planning professionals consider the location of windows in the space not only for cabinet placement but also for lighting. Daylight will contribute significantly to the overall atmosphere of your kitchen and will determine where and how much additional lighting is required. Below are three standout tips and tricks on the issue of light and lighting in your kitchen.
Work lighting or mood lighting? LED-based lighting systems, such as Emotion Light, combine the two while also saving energy. Dim the light in different zones with a remote control. The temperature of the light is also infinitely varied, ranging from frigid to warm white.
MatrixArt is the handleless design by Nolte Küchen. The integrated finger-pulls can be equipped with a horizontal and now even a vertical lighting fixture. The result is the kind of impressive mood lighting only Nolte Küchen can offer.
The most popular approach for kitchens is to illuminate work surfaces using light sources hidden beneath the wall units. However, there are several choices.
You would like something a bit more special? How about interior lighting for a glass case: Glass doors increase transparency in your kitchen – and the light strengthens the depth effect. This option is particularly effective in small rooms. Illuminated drawers, on the other hand, will make your utensils easier to find.