• Jonathan Cortis

    Good article, with some good ideas :) …well done.

  • RCT

    just the idea I was thinking to do in our kitchen, thanks for the article

  • Mickie

    What would you recommend to set a warmer glow, to create more ambiance?

    • http://www.pegasuslighting.com Chris Johnson


      If you are interested in over cabinet lighting you can do a couple of different things:

      1) You can go the way I did and choose warm color temperature fluorescent fixtures. One thing I would have liked to have done, but it did not work out, was to have my two rows of fixtures on separate switches. This way I could have a high and low setting to my lighting.

      2) You could go with a dimmable LED tape light (http://www.pegasuslighting.com/led-tape-lights.html). Again, if you are looking for warmth then choose a warm color temp (3500K or below if you can).

      3) You could go with xenon light strip (http://www.pegasuslighting.com/xenon-low-voltage-light-strip.html). This is quite “warm” and dimmable. I personally am a big fan of xenon lighting.

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