With the new light, this would be completely visible, so we needed to come up with an alternative lighting install plan.
Many cabinets have a kind of recessed bottom shelf, disguised by a lower lip or flange.
The new modern light fixture is a flush mount, meaning it is designed to attach directly to the ceiling-type surface.
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Simply wire and mount your new lighting, and bam-o! If, however, the lighting doesn’t match up nicely, read on for an easy solution.
In this instance, the old wiring for the above-the-sink kitchen light came through the cabinet’s lower “lip” or flange area.
The materials you’ll need for your own lighting project will likely vary from this tutorial. Feel free to glean ideas from this tutorial to fit your own space.
This tutorial will show you one way to completely modernize your lighting without losing precious cabinet “floor” space.
If your new lighting matches up with the old lighting’s wiring, you’re in luck.
If you have an unsightly above-the-sink light in your kitchen, such as this fluorescent little number, you may be ready for an upgrade.
However, it’s not always exactly cut-and-dried to swap out a light when there is cabinetry involved.
This tutorial will guide you, step-by-step, in upgrading your kitchen lighting in two ways: (1) above-the-sink kitchen light, and (2) under-cabinet LED lighting.
If you are feeling kitchen lighting woes, there is good news for you – updating your kitchen lighting is not as hard as you might think!