Dark Bronze 22-Inch Three-Light Xenon Under
Cabinet Light Features a Hi/Low/Off Switch Made with a Cold Rolled Steel Housing in a Powdered Finish Is a 120 Volt fixture with a 20-Watt Lampage Can be hardwired or a plug is sold separately
LED ROUND BUTTON LIGHTS 3000K. Die-cast
aluminum construction. Simple quick and easy installation. Recessed or surface mounting. Replaceable LED module. LEDs included. Dimming: 100% - 10%. 50000 hour rated life Low Voltage Fixture - a transformer is required for this time (sold separately). ...
Dark Bronze 32-Inch Four-Light Xenon Under
Cabinet Light Features a Hi/Low/Off Switch Made with a Cold Rolled Steel Housing in a Powdered Finish Is a 120 Volt fixture with an 80-Watt Lampage Can be hardwired or a plug is sold separately
Is your kitchen the place where family and guests seem to gravitate? Whether your kitchen is large or small, you'll want this gathering place to have adequate lighting for all the tasks that go on. One of the most useful trends in kitchens is under-cabinet lighting. It will quickly and easily illuminate countertops. Best of all, under-cabinet lights come in a variety of options, so they easily mel
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Kitchens are meant to be highly functional spaces, but a bad room design can make it difficult for you to use the space effectively. If you're remodeling your kitchen, be sure to keep these important tips in mind during every stage of the process.
A: There are four big questions to answer before you pick under cabinet lighting for your home. First you need to determine if you want fluorescent, Xenon or LED bulbs. LED is the most energy efficient, lasts the longest and gives off the least heat. Xenon gives off the warmest glow and can be dimmed. Fluorescent provides a good mix of efficiency and light, but doesn't dim. Puck or linear is the next question. Linear provides the most even light distribution and is the most common, but puck lighting allows you to feature certain points with a pool of light. Then you have to decide between recessed or surface mounted. Most surface mounted lighting for under cabinets is so low profile it's not noticeable. But if you want no evidence of lighting to be seen, go with recessed or LED tape lighting. Finally you must choose between hard-wire or plug-in. Hard-wiring is ideal because it leaves the least evidence of its existence, but it involves electrical work. Plug-ins won't involve a re-wire of your home, but you'll need an outlet close and a way to hide the power source. Indirect fixtures distribute 90-100% of light upward. They provide the most even illumination and the least direct glare. Indirect light fixtures are often used in offices.
A: Find the longest fixture that fills the span of the recessed or corner area. You want to keep your countertop and backsplash uniformly lit, so match that space as close as possible. Under cabinet lights are often sold in standard lengths. You could choose between 8, 16, 24 or 32 inches. So if your space measures 26 inches, you're best bet is 24 inches because it comes closest to filling the space.