The lighting of my credenza

The lighting of my credenza

Just above the worktop, the credenza. After choosing its decorative style, its color and its material, for those who want it useful, it will be necessary to find a way to illuminate it. It will do us a great service when it comes to cutting onions, peeling potatoes and spreading the shortcrust pastry.

Site lamp

Fly ### Malignant this portable lamp. Inspired by the nomadic lamps used on construction sites, it naturally attaches to the credenza bar next to the ladles, whips and other kitchen utensils. A practical and efficient auxiliary light source.


Aviva ### Above a wooden splashback, two neon lights remind us that lighting well while taking up little space is possible.

Light shelf

Goal ### A large glass shelf with LEDs is profiled on this credenza to sublimate and illuminate it in beauty.

Extra spot

Fly ### Placed air on a side of the worktop, a spotlight, small and discreet, becomes an ideal source of light for the credenza. When preparing small dishes, we see more clearly!

Illuminated storage

Goal ### Above the splashback, a tall, bright piece of furniture is enough to light it up properly.

7 spots

Point P ### The credenza builds on excellence with lighting distributed by 7 spots in total. Eye comfort above all!

Booster lamp

Fly ### Because the splashback here is devoid of lighting, this kitchen has decided to remedy this by installing on its work surface, a small table lamp, a small auxiliary lamp. Ah, it's better!

Spots x 3

Ikéa ### Second example of spotlights fixed on the high cabinet of the kitchen come to illuminate the credenza and the work plan. Useful and resolutely discreet.

Spots x 3

Lapeyre ### Clearly, spots are popular on the side of the credenza, especially when they are multiplied by three.