Under- cabinet lighting reflects beautifully off the white glass tile backsplash in the simple, contemporary kitchen. A white and gray color scheme is a chic combination that leaves the space feeling soft and airy.
This contemporary kitchen features an extended countertop for added seating and easier food prep. White upper cabinets, countertops and backsplash give the space a clean, modern look. Under-cabinet lighting, as well as ambient lighting and an industrial pendant light illuminate the space.
Warm wood cabinets with centered metallic hardware and under-cabinet lighting create a cozy feel in this open kitchen. The room contains neutral countertops, stainless steel appliances and a tile backsplash.
Interior and under-cabinet lights add instant flair to this stylish kitchen, a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winner. Designer Judith Wright Sentz of Judith Wright Design used ribbon lights in the leaded-glass cabinets to illuminate the shelves within and low voltage lights under the cabinets to bathe the countertops below in warm light.
Bundle icicle lights together with tape to form a simple rope light. The rope can then be installed in places where you might benefit from a gentle illumination, such as inside a closet, or beneath your kitchen cabinets.
Unique, dove-shaped pendants light up this kitchen peninsula in an artful way. The modern, open-plan space features bold blue lower cabinets that stand out against the stark white walls. Organic elements like the slatted wood ceiling and tribal carvings connect the home to its wooded site.
In this bright, inviting bathroom, designers added dark cabinets to provide some warmth in the space. These modern cabinets complement the traditional penny-round tile, but they also help update the space with a little modern flair. The mirror and light fixtures also help to modernize the space and blend with the neutral color palette to help keep the space light and open.
Change the look of existing pendants or garage sale finds with interchangeable shades, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta. You can alter the room’s design style and add color with this simple change. Here, textured glass shades catch the eye and soften the light over the kitchen island.