Jul 012009
 

Kitchen remodel – copper & walnut counter tops (yes, copper!), cream cabinets, a new refrigerator, oven, sink, and Xenon Line Voltage Thin Under Cabinet Lights. These xenon light fixtures are extremely low-profile (less than 1 inch thick) and give off a bright warm white light. Xenon is always a great option for under cabinet lighting because it’s dimmable, lasts longer than halogen, and doesn’t give off as much heat as halogen.

Photos courtesy of Kip Penniman

xenon thin undercabinet lights Customer Lighting Project: Xenon Line Voltage Thin Under Cabinet Task Lights

We have 4 sizes of dimmable xenon line voltage hardwire thin under cabinet task lights in 3 attractive finishes.

full kitchen Customer Lighting Project: Xenon Line Voltage Thin Under Cabinet Task Lights

The completed kitchen.

copper countertop Customer Lighting Project: Xenon Line Voltage Thin Under Cabinet Task Lights

These xenon under cabinet lights bring out the warmth of the copper counter top crafted by our very skillful customer.

Jul 012009
 

This lighting project was part of a condominium renovation, and you can clearly see the transformation in the before and after pictures.  Shiny, modern Fluorescent Ceiling Mount Light Fixtures replaced the outdated, dim fixtures from the past.  The newer fixtures also feature quiet instant-start electronic ballasts.

CorridorBeforeRenovation200 Customer Lighting Project: Circline Ceiling Mount FixturesBefore (above) Corridor126PFL 2004Fix 400 Customer Lighting Project: Circline Ceiling Mount Fixtures
After (right)
130 Fluorescent Circline Ceiling Mount Fixtures (PFL-2004) were installed as part of a complete renovation of condominium hallways.

Photos provided by The Hamilton Co., Allstone, MA

Jul 012009
 

Our Xenon Low Voltage Light Strip is one of our most versatile products – it’s used in cabinet lighting, display lighting, trade show lighting, and much more.

The photo to the left shows how the light strip is illuminating colorful glass art in a shelving unit.

The photo to the right shows how the light strip is hidden from view behind the left and right front panels of the shelving unit. Notice that the bottom adjustable socket can hold an MR11 halogen lamp while the socket above it can hold a xenon festoon lamp.

Side Lit Art Work by Berry Customer Lighting Project: Xenon Low Voltage Light Strip Side Lit Art Work by BerryDetail Customer Lighting Project: Xenon Low Voltage Light Strip

Photos provided by Scott Berry Designs, Allied Member ASID, Dallas, TX.

Jul 012009
 

Trade show lighting is one of the most important things to consider if you’re trying to draw traffic to your booth.  Proper lighting will make your booth stand out and attract potential new customers!  The photos below are from Touchstone Glass of Winona, Minnesota, who used our Xenon Low Voltage Puck Lights to show off their high-end collectible paperweights.  This display was at the the Baltimore Craft Show of the American Craft Council.

TouchStoneGlassBooth Detail Customer Lighting Project: Xenon Low Voltage Puck Lights
TouchStoneGlassShow Booth1 Customer Lighting Project: Xenon Low Voltage Puck Lights

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