There are so many different options for under cabinet lighting that we love to share customer photos of finished projects. That way, anyone still shopping and comparing models can get a better idea of what each type really looks like in a kitchen. This customer from Chicago, IL, used our Xenon Low Voltage Light Strip and placed the xenon festoon lamps 4 inches apart on center in his kitchen. Here are the photos:
The before and after photos below show how two 4-Inch Low Voltage Trims with Adjustable Eyeball and 4-Inch Low Voltage Air Tight Remodel Recessed Lighting Housings are being used as “picture lights”. They provide excellent accent lighting and highlight the vivid colors of this artwork.
|Before: An authentic Thomas Kinkade painting is hanging over a red brick mantel with no accent lighting of any kind highlighting the finer points of this piece of art. (Note: the reflection off of the lower part of this painting was caused by the camera flash.)|
|After: The two low voltage adjustable eyeball trims (PNL-418-WW) and two 4in low voltage air tight remodel recessed lighting housings (PNLR-404QAT-50-120) in just the right location helps to reveal the nuances of this work by the “Painter of Light”.
Eyeball trims were selected so that the light from the light bulbs could be directed exactly where the light is needed, white was selected so that their finish/color does not distract the viewer’s eyes from the painting, and low voltage MR16 light bulbs were selected so that the light could be precisely focused on the painting without producing much “spill light”.
The remodel recessed lighting housing was selected because the sheet rock ceiling was already in place and the air tight model was selected to avoid significant leakage of heated or air-conditioned air to or from the space above the ceiling.
Finally, the two recessed downlights were located in such a way that the central beam of light created a 30-degree angle with the vertical. This guideline for locating downlights used to light wall hangings tends to minimize any indirect glare being reflected off the painting. Notice how the accent light coming from the two newly-installed recessed downlights accentuates the light coming from the house windows in the painting.
If you’re shopping around for under cabinet lighting, check out these customer photos of our Xenon Line Voltage Thin Under Cabinet Task Lights:
“Just wanted to share with you the results of the Xenon Line Voltage Thin Under Cabinet Task Lights that I ordered from you. We absolutely love them and they’ve made a huge improvement to our kitchen. I was worried that the light would be a bright, unwelcoming color, but they put off a beautiful, warm glow. We placed them towards the front of the cabinet for task lighting and I’m very happy with that choice as well.”
Photos provided by Chloe & Company
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
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.
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
If you need additional lighting over your kitchen stove, check out this customer lighting project for a versatile option. This customer installed two Xenon Low Voltage Triangle Lights for an easy solution to a low-lit kitchen.
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.
Photos provided by Scott Berry Designs, Allied Member ASID, Dallas, TX.
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.