The addition of the Currey & Co. mason jar light fixture created the perfect country aesthetic for this family. To keep the space feeling contemporary and to add some color, Leah Atkins Design also used a geometric flat weave rug from Surya.
Let your love for vintage jars shine. Light fixtures made from Mason jars fit with a vintage, rustic or farmhouse kitchen design. These single pendants made of upcycled jars cost about $125 each, says Atlanta designer Jenn Ryan, owner of Jenn Ryan Designs and Reclaimed Lighting. Chandeliers made with a trio of Mason jars can also be found for less than $200 through online artisan marketplaces.
A large curved bar matches the ceiling shape creating a curved room edge in this spacious kitchen. The natural rock frame adds beautiful texture against the polished granite countertop. Traditional pendant lights with bell bulb covers follow the arch of the ceiling and bar. A wood island in the center of the kitchen features a charcoal gray countertop for extra prep space beyond the eat in area.
Clean, white wall space gives a fresh and airy look to this contemporary kitchen. Angled gold rods fixed around the pendant lights creates decoration above the stylish place settings displayed on the white island countertop. A gray tile backsplash meshes the silver of the stainless steel appliances with the white. A large watercolor and green apples displayed in a glass jar add colorful accents to the space.
A white marble countertop creates a chic contrast with this kitchen island's black cabinetry. Wicker and wood bar chairs bring in some warm, natural texture. Glass bell pendant lights keep with the bright and open look.
Shades of black and white play off of each other in this kitchen as black countertops pair with white cabinets and vice versa. Glass bell-shaped pendant lights and the kitchen island anchor this open space.