Remodel Your Kitchen in Minutes

Most people will tell you that changing out one or two light fixtures does not mean you have remodeled your kitchen.  We would respectfully disagree.

Mini pendant lights instantly both brighten your kitchen and add an element of design, and they’ll have any guest asking what you have changed.  The effect is transformative.

Suspend them over a counter, island, table, or bar to produce task lighting with a touch of glamour.  Use them in groupings in a dining room or foyer: you’ll find that they’re less expensive than chandeliers and that they create a much more stunning effect.

You can choose between incandescent, fluorescent, halogen, and xenon mini pendants.  If you’re looking for a dimmable option, avoid the fluorescent mini pendants – they don’t have that capability.

Make sure you share your finished project with us on our Customer Lighting Projects page!  We love hearing your success stories.

Just think: it’ll be the least expensive “remodel” you’ve ever done.

Emily Widle

Emily graduated from UNC Chapel Hill with a degree in journalism. She enjoys scouring the news to report on the latest in the lighting industry as well as bringing valuable remodeling tips and exemplar home projects to light.

2 thoughts to “Remodel Your Kitchen in Minutes”

  1. We just did a complete reno of our kitchen, and with all the changes, the first thing to which people’s eyes are drawn are the three mini-pendants hanging over the sink area. There is an opening to the next room that frames them, and they are truly an eye-catching accent for the room. (Ours are halogen and controlled by an electronic dimmer, so they double as night-lights.)

  2. That sounds very nice! Mini-pendants are great “jewelry” for the home. Plus, having the dimmer so that they can double as night lights is a fantastic idea.

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