By Lucette Alexandrine. Kitchen. Published at Saturday, April 28th, 2018 - 18:48:39 PM.
n the past, lighting the interior of a wall cabinet meant that each shelf had to be glass. The light source came from the top of the cabinet and needed to penetrate the shelves to illuminate those below. The farther away from the light source, the dimmer the shelf.
A subtle industrial slant to this design is skilfully achieved through a laundry-trough style sink, pendulum lights that mimic a warehouse feel, and a generously sized commercial oven and hob.
But times and lighting have changed, and these days, I prefer to install an LED lighting strip on both sides of the cabinet. That way, each shelf can glow. Hide the LED strip behind the cabinet’s face frame. If it’s a frameless cabinet, embed the strip in a prepared groove in the cabinet’s side wall.
Microwaves are still an integral part of most kitchens for reheating beverages and leftovers. Most clients prefer them out of sight rather than occupying valuable counter space. One option is to keep them hidden in a wall cabinet with a lift-up door.
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