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#53755 07/06/05 02:26 PM
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Anybody know of any good lighting product to use above Kitchen Cabinets? Do you guys prefer low voltage or line for this type of application? There will be a 3 inch molding wrapping around the top of the cabinets and it is just for accent lighting. Thanks for any comments.

#53756 07/06/05 04:32 PM
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Switched receptacle and rope light? That is what the builders do here.


Greg Fretwell
#53757 07/06/05 06:07 PM
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I like useing Seagull Ambiance linear lighting system, with low voltage miniture sockets that plug onto a small trac and wire system...

shortcircuit

#53758 07/07/05 07:32 PM
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I like fluorescents; cool, economical, and even lighting.


Larry Fine
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#53759 07/07/05 08:37 PM
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I too like flouresants, and on occasion use them as title 24 in kitchens apon approval.

Other wise, this stuff... Zenflex

And also had the joy... of doing all of the mouldings in a sizable house in fiber optic. Looked fantastic, safe, real darn expensive, and royal PITA!


Mark Heller
"Well - I oughta....." -Jackie Gleason

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