I wont lie, my whole kitchen is killing me but I dont have the cash for a dream kitchen so I'm hunting for small ideas that will make a lasting impression. Lighting is my first project, then painting (again).
I very much appreciate any and all advice.
I'm in a townhouse whose kitchen, dining, and living room are all on one long floor. The kitchen is approximately 14' wide towards the window, chokes back to 9' in the foreground and is 10' deep from the foreground to the window.
My thoughts have been revolving around recessed lights with task lighting over the sink and stove. Keeping it simple. The cans would be in a square formation; 2-2, maybe 3-2. Double task lights over the sink & a single over the stove. Pendants over the island are ruled out as I would like to draw as little attention away from the hanging chandelier over the dining table (I included an image).
It all sounds great in theory but I have changed my mind 1000x and drawn too many sketches, ending with nothing but confusion.
Anyone out there have a more stable design sense of mind than I?