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Planning your kitchen light concept – more info:
1. Perfect light for your kitchen: basic, secondary and accent lighting
2. The right kind of light: direct or indirect?
3. Which light colour works best in the kitchen?
- Basic lighting: Warm white (2,700 - 3,000 Kelvin)
- Secondary lighting for the dining area: Warm white light (2,700–3,000 Kelvin)
- Worktop lighting: Neutral white (3,300 - 5,300 Kelvin)
Make sure that the LED kitchen luminaire you choose can't cast shadows on the counter top from above. In addition to a cool light colour, you should aim for more brightness – best would be 500 lumens per square metre. By the way: Self-adhesive lighting will let you adjust your kitchen lighting whenever you like if you need a little extra brightness.
"Our design focus for our products is always on user needs in the home. Design, function, safety and a long lifespan are basic considerations for all our kitchen lighting." – Andreas, Product Manager Paulmann Licht
4. Positioning your light sources in the kitchen
- Kitchen island: Hanging kitchen lamp
- Ceiling: Recessed spotlights, spots, LED rail systems
- Shelves: Wall luminaires, LED strips or Clever Connect
- Kitchen units: Under-cabinet lighting, LED strips (maybe with profiles)
- Dining table: Pendant luminaires
- Living area: LED ceiling luminaires with dimming function
5. Creative ideas for eye-catching light effects in the kitchen
"Paulmann Licht develops creative lighting solutions, as well as functional and decorative lamps for the kitchen and your living and dining areas. We are happy to help you realise your own lighting ideas with planning and installation tips for the perfect light in your home." – Melanie, Product Manager