Add undercabinet lighting to existing kitchen cabinets. This unique method of wiring undercabinet lights eliminates disruptive wall tear-out and minimizes the difficult job of fishing cables from your attic or basement.
Skip pricey LED under-cabinet light fixtures if they require running new wiring. Instead, go for LED adhesive tape lights and save up to $500, including labor. Available at home centers, these peel-and-stick flexible LED circuit-board strips come in various levels of brightness and can be cut to length. Best of all, they plug into any outlet, such as one for a wall-mount microwave or an over-the-range vent hood.
When renovating a kitchen, don't forget that a well-lit countertop can be the best accessory. Under-cabinet lighting makes all the difference in even the coziest of corners. [Featured Design: Fieldstone™]