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If your kitchen ceiling is flat, it probably has one or more light fixtures mounted to it’s surface. It involves removing the old fixtures, installing the recessed lights, and repairing any ceiling damage left over from the old light fixtures.

If your home was built between the 1970’s and the 1990’s, you may have a soffit ceiling with a raised portion in the center.

Here’s a look at this light style in the kitchen of (one of my fav bloggers) in her new ” classic white kitchen remodel“.

Make sure you click on every light you’re interested in, regardless of finish colour, because all of my picks come in multiple finishes! I like oversized lights, so I want them big, but I’ve picked all different shapes and sizes to suit each space!

Depending on the size of the soffit in relation to your kitchen, you may want to add additional task lights around the soffit above the counter tops.

Recessed lighting is ideal for kitchens, and it’s what you’ll find in most new homes.

Also don’t forget that if you pick a big light you can do just one like in my kitchen, or you can double, triple, or even quadruple up on your island lights to get the perfect size and spacing!

(the sky is the limit…at our last home I had 3 chandeliers over our dining room table and it was epic! ) Here is the perfect light hanging bible for getting just the right spacing for your lighting from my friends at Lighting Connection…I use this all the time!

San Diego designer Stephanie Norris and her daughter tapped their local Craigslist to source materials (like the tile backsplash and travertine flooring shown here) for this budget kitchen remodel.

Another Option: Flushmount or semi-flushmount lighting, as we mentioned, works better when you don’t have as large a space to light. And once we know, we are constantly inspired to share what we've discovered with others who love design as well.

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