Ranging from Old World to ultra-modern to downright off-the-wall, today's kitchen lighting products offer flair for any decor. An array of designs is available for any budget, including options designed to save energy without sacrificing style. W.A.C. Lighting. The Blue Swirl/Opal low voltage pendant light features a snifter-style pendant with a hand-applied blue swirl accent. Made with white and blue art glass, the pendant measures 6 1/4 inches long by 6 3/8 inches in diameter. (800) 526-2588. www.waclighting.com.
Kichler. This five-light chandelier from the Martini collection features a "Shadow" finish and polished chrome. The hand-blown glass is seeded and partially etched with a clear top rim. (216) 573-1000. www.kichler.com.
Progress Lighting. Part of the Chateau Collection, this six-light oval chandelier features double cast rings, scroll arms, a gilded iron finish, and stretched shades. Also shown here is the gilded iron two-light wall bracket with cast backplate. (864) 599-6000. www.progresslighting.com.
Alkco. The Slique T2 undershelf fixture incorporates an energy-efficient T2 subminiature linear fluorescent lamp for a slim profile that can be easily concealed. It has an extruded aluminum housing. (847) 451-0700. www.alkco.com.
Ivalo Lighting. Aliante is suspended by 0.1-inch braided stainless steel sheaths that hide electrical wires and uses a T5 high-output fluorescent lamp that is 95% efficient. Twenty-six opaque louvers evenly distribute ambient light from the top of the fixture. www.ivalolighting.com.