The Many Styles Of Lighted Pot Racks
Do you need lighted pot racks? You may need a lighted pot rack to illuminate as well as add ambience to your working space if the pot rack is above a cooking and food preparation area. For less than four hundred dollars you can get modern styled Oneida pot racks with center grid and two down lights.
The Avondale pot rack with silk shades is a combination chandelier and pot rack for your kitchen. This rack is hand-forged from iron in a turn of the century Spanish-inspired design. It is lighted by six lamps that circle the rack in white silk shades. The lamps can be lit by standard bulbs up to 100 watts. There’s also additional lighting – two 50-watt R20 down lights shine from the center of the rack and down onto your work space.
Bon Appetit pot racks organize your pots and pans and are lit from above. They are beautifully crafted, and install easily.
Linear pot racks with custom lighting are so simple it’s surprising. This custom rack is modestly designed with two 50-watt R20 down lights set in the center to shine down on your work space. Linear pot racks are obtainable in quite a few finishes and come complete with ten pothooks.
The Potomac pot rack with lights is forged from iron in detailed textures and elegantly curving wisps. This rack has six 60-watt candelabra base lights, two R20 50-watt down lights, 10 pot hooks, four stems, four 4-foot lengths of chain and eight feet of wire included. The hanging weight of this lighted rack without any pots is 23 pounds. Note that your lit pot rack will invite the addition of extra weight and should be considered a heavy fixture.