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ok to mix different lighting styles in the same room?

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tankerdale Sun 05-Feb-17 08:32:35

Has anyone got any thoughts or wisdom on whether it's ok to mix lights? It's for our kitchen diner.

Looking at triple island pendant, wall lights and chandelier/pendant (new half has quite high vaulted ceiling.

Will it look weird if none of the 3 are from the same range?
Here are the 3 I currently like but could prob find a chandelier in a brass finish if that would help....
Kitchen hardware is brass.

tankerdale Sun 05-Feb-17 08:34:02

Or maybe a more simple chandelier.... it was DH who liked the cagey one

wowfudge Sun 05-Feb-17 09:32:51

I think you need consistency of colour/finish in the same space - so stick to copper or brass instead of mixing them. That said, it depends what else you have in there which could help tie them together.

MovingOnUpMovingOnOut Sun 05-Feb-17 09:39:43

Does the new half with vaulted ceiling really need a chandelier? If it doesn't I wouldn't get one if it would be massively not in keeping with the rest of the room/house. You have wall lights and a pendant - do they not provide enough light?

JoJoSM2 Fri 10-Feb-17 23:37:31

I would do either the chandelier or the pendants over the island so that you have one feature. Otherwise, it might start looking messy.

namechangedtoday15 Sat 11-Feb-17 10:30:43

Well we have a new large kitchen diner (about 50 sq m) and we have mixed it up. We have 3 copper and glass pendants (that I looooovvvvvee) over the island unit, then a large chrome ribbon chandelier over the dining table and a smaller ceiling mounted version of this in the snug area (although we only tend to use lamps here). And lots of spotlights too.

I didn't want it to look too samey, the 3 areas are quite distinct but (IMO obviously!) it all works really well.

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