Kitchen lights can be seen from the front door. The kitchen, hallway and dining room lights can all be seen from the back room.
Please ignore the grey chairs - these are the cats as they refuse to use a scratching post and these seem to save the rest of my furniture!
Dining 3 with the crisscross kitchen. Although I would need to se how it all works together
I like 1 ( the 'wagon wheel' one ) for the dining , as it ties in with the table , and I assume you are intending to keep that longer term .
The kitchen I like the Art Deco style of 2 , but it doesn't really gel with all of the kitchen -- in fact , the kitchen is a bit all over the place , with pretty modern whites , a stainless fridage , but then what look like they might be golden tones to the cupboard handles and even the windows ?
Maybe go for new , more upmarket handles , a gold/brass clock . even get some brass/gold appliances and double down by getting a panel for the range hood and stove , probably gold anodised but possibly white with gold lettering . And sorry -- ditch the cane stools .
Which dining room do you love most?
Pendant lights for my dining table
Which tiles for my kitchen splashback?
Fixing flow between family room, kitchen and dining room
Kitchen viewHallway looking towards front doorLaundry (through the door next to the oven so can be seen from the kitchen/dining)
I wouldn't do any of those elaborate lights in the kitchen which is already fairly busy (but lovely) for a small space. I'd have 2 small pendants with black fitting and glass
I also think a light fitting like this would better suit your dining area
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To be honest I probably wouldn't put any pendant in kitchen because you have such a feature rangehood and it's quite a narrow space.
I would just have ceiling lights above the peninsula
And I like your cane stools (and the rest of your kitchen). I do think your clock is a bit small and placed too high (sorry I know you just wanted light fitting votes)