I've had a long time dislike for my kitchen pendant lights. They're builder grade, and they don't do a thing for me. Worse, in fact. They give off a yellow glow--and well, I don't do yellow inside. The jaundiced look doesn't work well on my ultra pale skin. Plus, yellow light is the fastest way to make a good coloring look like a beauty shop fry job.
I know what you're saying: "Change the light bulbs, Kaytie!" And my answer is: "I did! And they're still as terrible as Ronnie and Sammi from Jersey Shore."
I think part of the problem is the void of natural light in the kitchen, and the tile has a slight amber undertone to it. But since I can't fix those thing on my paltry budget, I'm attacking the only variable I have control over: the light shade itself. It's a frosted glass that's meh at best. In fact, it doesn't even deserve that size font. It's more like meh.
Fortunately I have a plan.
Let me give you a hint: