We added a video to our Closet Lighting page on the site last week with tips for choosing the appropriate fixtures for your pantry or closet. Check it out – we would love to hear what you think!
We know it’s that time of year where if you’re doing any remodeling or home updates, you’re looking for quick, easy projects with no-sweat installation.
So, it’s the perfect time to announce a great sale on six of our LED Battery Operated products. It’s a limited-time offer, though, so don’t miss it!
Our LED Remote Controlled Path Light Kit is only $44.99. The kit includes two path lights and you can mount them anywhere. Either place them in the ground with the included yard stake or use the simple mounting plate to place them on a wall. They are remote-control or motion sensor activated.
Our LED Battery Operated Spotlight is only $26.99. It’s excellent safety or security lighting and can be mounted on a wall or ceiling, indoors or outdoors.
A couple of months ago I wrote my first blog post for my New Home Project post series. This post series is about the lighting projects I have undertaken in my new home. That first post was about the installation of our kitchen under cabinet lighting. I had hoped to make these posts a little more frequent, but you know how that goes…time gets away from you. Either way, I am finally writing my second post for this series and it is about using Microfluorescent T4 fixtures as pantry and closet lighting.
As a I stated in my previous post, some of my lighting projects I did myself, and others I had professional electricians perform. Adding my pantry and closet lighting was a mix of both. During the construction of my new home I had the electricians install electrical outlets that were controlled by a light switch in our two kitchen pantries. One of these pantries was in the kitchen, and the other was actually a coat closet beneath our stairs close to our kitchen that we had the builder convert into a pantry (we call this our “big pantry”). I had these electrical outlets included so that once we moved into the house I could easily install Microfluorescent T4 fixtures around and above the interior door frames of each pantry. The Microfluorescent T4 fixtures come with a cord and plug and you can also purchase flexible linking cables to link two or more fixtures together, which is what I did. Why did I choose these fixtures? I think this customer comment says it all…
The T4 is sleek, compact, easy to install and provides a generous amount of light in a very small footprint.
Spring cleaning season is on its way, and it’s easy to start eliminating organization nightmares in your closets, pantries, and cabinets if you shed some light on the problem. Think about it. All of the trouble spots in your home where items are stashed with no rhyme or reason – are they in the dark? Lower cabinets in the kitchen that extend deep under the counters, the dim corners of the closet, underneath the bed, garage shelves, even the floor under the backseat of the car: they’ve all got it in common.
Adding a tap light to any of these areas is probably the simplest and least expensive thing you can do to improve on organization. Our LED Battery Operated Puck Lights are only $5.85; they are super bright with three white LEDs and the only thing you need to do to install is apply the self-adhesive tape. Plus, the batteries will have a long life because they’re LED.