A door activated light switch has to be one of the coolest things to add to your home. In this post we’ll take a look at what we found online to be the simplest approach to adding a door activated light switch to your cabinetry.
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Adding a door activated light switch can be a great addition to your kitchen cabinetry and help eliminate those dark areas. There is really only three items you will need to get started.
For those who might be interested in switching over to LED (Light Emitting Diode) fixtures, the benefits are worth the investment. Below we’ll list some facts illustrating the overall advantages of such a great, easy-to-use product. We also include a 10 step process to get a Tresco Lighting project started…a sort of check list if you will. This….
Using light spread can end up saving you time and a few extra bucks.
Choosing the right LED color temperature is critical to the outcome and overall aesthetic of your project.
Color temperature is the rating a particular color renders on the Kelvin scale. These color temperatures can alter how an object or room is perceived when illuminated. Lighting preferences can vary widely from person to person, so it’s important to remember what you are attempting to light and where.
For wood grain cabinetry, a warmer color temperature in the range of 2700K to 3500K is usually ideal. Depending on the type of wood species, this kelvin range can highlight the cabinetry and eliminate “white out” caused by higher color ratings