Here’s a beautiful example of an under cabinet lighting installation project in a residential kitchen. This customer used Microfluorescent T4 Light Fixtures. You can see from the photos how seamlessly the fixtures fit into the cabinet:
This lighting project, completed by a customer in Corona del Mar, CA, was intended to provide indirect lighting for a small wine rack. The customer used our Xenon Low Voltage Light Strip and placed the xenon festoon lamps six inches on center. The effect is beautiful!
One of the best ways to emphasize the detail or color in wall art is to install a recessed light in the ceiling to shine on the picture. That’s exactly what this customer did! Shown below are two 4-Inch Low Voltage Trims with Adjustable Elbow and 4in low voltage housings used as “picture lights”.
Replacing the five most frequently used light fixtures in your home, or the light bulbs in them, with ENERGY STAR qualified ones could save you about $60 each year in energy costs.
ENERGY STAR qualified light fixtures:
ENERGY STAR qualified light bulbs:
Visit the Pegasus Lighting website to browse the ENERGY STAR lighting products that we offer.
This lighting project is from a museum in Grand Blanc, MI. The photo shows an art show set up in a section of the museum, and our Line Voltage Halogen Display Lights with Telescoping Arms were used to illuminate the details in the paintings.
For more reading material, check out our post on Lighting Artwork: A How-To Guide.
If you’re searching for the perfect display lighting for your cabinet or showcase, check out these customer lighting project photos. These are from Case Sensitive of Hartford, Connecticut (a company that sells custom showcases for guitars). Featured in the photos is our Xenon Low Voltage Light Strip: