Small-sized and energy-efficient LEDs enable more diverse lighting than ever before. For years, the kitchen has not had to rely on traditional fluorescent and ceiling lighting. Once the pots, pans and cutting boards have been cleared away, the kitchen can seamlessly be converted from a work space into a living space through different adjustable and versatile lighting solutions.
For builders of new premises, within the framework of budgetary restrictions the world of lighting is open and renovators also have plenty of alternatives. In cooperation with lighting-, electrical- and kitchen design professionals, a room can certainly become a well-functioning and wonderful entity.
LED strips are handy and popular because of their ease of installation, efficiency and diverse possibilities for use. However, when you fit an LED strip as a kitchen work light, you must remember a few rules of thumb:
An LED strip may be used as an indirect source of light, for example on top of or behind cupboards, as a result of which the light is reflected softly off walls and the ceiling over the whole room, without being reflected or dazzling. Consider with designers the possibility of adjusting light according to need an atmosphere.