Gina’s home: new black track ceiling mount light in the kitchen

Kitchen dining landscape

It may have taken 2 years but I finally found the perfect light for our kitchen — a sleek, matte black track light with 3 spotlights from project illumination specialists Experience La Luce.

During our build, we had a lighting expert design a lighting plan for us, which included a light above the kitchen bench. Originally we were planning on installing a suspended linear fitting but once the dining pendant light went in, I started to think it would be too much to have 2 pendants so close together so we left the kitchen light out (but ran wiring to allow for a light in future).

Months went by and then years and I still hadn’t found the right light for our kitchen!

Then I was introduced to Experience La Luce, a unique supplier of quality commercial, industrial and architectural lighting products. Based in Sydney, they work Australia-wide and have an incredible range of modern lights, including ceiling fixtures, spotlight systems, recessed lights, pendants and outdoor lights too.

I spoke with their team about my kitchen and the type of look I wanted to create and they recommended the Danny T Air. It’s a minimalist ceiling mount track light and I loved the look of it right away. All that was left to decide was what size, whether to go with black or white, and what coloured rims to have in the spotlights (black, white or gold).

Kitchen front on landscape

Black track light in kitchen dining portrait

I decided to go with a 2m track with 3 black spotlights and black rims and had the light installed last week. I couldn’t be happier with how it looks in our kitchen — it provides definition and much needed task lighting!

I’m so happy to have ticked off another job on my seemingly endless list of ‘to dos’ around the home, haha.

If you’re looking for architectural lights for your home, I recommend talking with the team at Experience La Luce who were so helpful in finding the perfect fit for my home.

You can explore some of their lighting range on their website here

Portrait light in kitchen

Track light landscape high

Portrait track light high

*Disclaimer: This light was provided but all thoughts and opinions expressed in this article are my own.

Photography by Thorson Photography

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