Our Bestselling Undercabinet LED Lighting
Undercabinet LED lighting is all the rage, and for good reason. These convenient light fixtures provide perfect task lighting to countertops while accentuating the countertop and backsplash materials.
Below, you’ll find details regarding our bestselling undercabinet lighting:
- Unilume LED Slimline from Tech Lighting
- AFX Noble Pro
- Juno Pro-Series LED
Let’s get to it.
- Unilume LED Slimline from Tech Lighting. This sleek light comes in black or white, so it will easily work with whatever aesthetic you have going on in your space. Plus, you can choose from three color temperatures (2700k, 3000k, 3600k), which provides you with even more control. Another great feature? Thanks to the remote phosphor lens, when the light is on, it produces a diffused, evenly lit surface (as opposed to seeing “dots” of light on your countertops). Other details: less than Â¾” high and comes with a 5-year warranty.
- AFX Noble Pro. The AFX Noble Pro has tunable color temperatures, which means you can easily switch between 2700k, 3000k, and 4000k– very useful, as you can choose the perfect color temperature once installed. Another plus? This fixture is easy to hardwire. Or if you don’t want to bother with that, you can opt for the version that comes with a cord and plug. Finishes include White Gloss, Brushed Aluminum, and Oil Rubbed Bronze. This undercabinet fixture also comes with a 5-year warranty. And you can check it out on a recent episode of This Old House.
- Juno Pro-Series LED. This undercabinet fixture is available in 22″ or 30″ with a 3000k color temperature. The frosted lens produces a wonderful effect. Finishes include White, Black, Brushed Bronze, and Brushed Silver. Hardwire it for a clean look or opt for the cord-and-plug version to make life simple.
NOTE: We keep these three fixtures stocked in our Waltham and Allston showrooms. Stop by with your countertop and backsplash materials, and our lighting consultants will help you select the ideal color temperature and perfect fixture for your kitchen.
To learn more about LED lighting in general, consider attending one of our free seminars coming up during Boston Design Week.
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