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Under-cabinet strip lighting offers an easy-to-install, affordable solution for kitchens, bars, closets, and any nooks and crannies where you want better lighting. Under-cabinet lighting can enliven any social scene with beautiful colors and twinkling lights, while under-cabinet lights installed in a closet can help you find what you need without fumbling around in the dark.
Your cooking area is also a natural candidate for this type of lighting. Whether you want to illuminate a workspace with quality task lighting or add ambient lighting to showcase brilliant architectural features, kitchen under-cabinet lighting will do the trick. These unique kitchen lights come in a wide variety of styles, almost all of which are designed to provide a minimalist, low-profile way to brighten up the counter or cooktop. These fixtures provide a dramatic accent and create a bright surface area that helps you easily prepare food.
What Kinds of Under-Cabinet Lighting Styles Are There?
At 1800Lighting by Capitol Lighting, we offer under-cabinet lighting in the following styles.
Under-Cabinet Light Bars: Light bars, also known as light strips, are linear cabinet lights that come in a wide range of lengths, so they perfectly complement your particular cabinet size. You'll generally want to choose light strips that match the width of your cabinets for an even solution for illuminating countertops.
Under-Cabinet Tape Lights: Tape lights are similar to light bars in providing a linear countertop lighting solution. Generally, they feature small LED bulbs installed on a flexible, tape-like base, often finished with a peel-and-stick adhesive for effortless installation. Because of their low-profile design, they're great for space-saving applications.
Under-Cabinet Puck Lights: Kitchen puck lights aren't quite as common as light bars or tape lights, but they still provide a smart solution for a range of applications. These small, puck-shaped under-cabinet lights are available in a wide range of unique finishes and styles to match your home decor. They are quick and easy to install beneath your cabinets.
No matter which under-cabinet lighting type you prefer, you can count on the best quality when you shop here. 1800Lighting offers under-cabinet kitchen lights by the industry's top companies, including Kichler, Maxim Lighting, Tech Lighting, Elk Lighting, Sea Gull Lighting, and Progress Lighting.
Features to Look for in Under-Cabinet Lighting
If you’re looking for under-cabinet or under-counter lighting, here are a few things you need to consider:
Fit – You don’t necessarily want to purchase the maximum size the space will allow. Consider the area underneath the counter or cabinet and choose a size that will fit and sufficiently illuminate the space.
- Heat Output – These spaces often lack airflow, so LED lights are frequently the best choice for under-cabinet or under-counter lighting.
- Moisture Rating – If you’re putting your under-counter or under-cabinet lighting in a kitchen or bathroom, you should make certain that you use a damp-rated lighting fixture.
For more information on choosing the right type of under-counter or under-cabinet lighting, check out these two guides: Types of Under-Cabinet Lighting for Your Kitchen and Best Light Fixtures for Kitchen Under-Cabinet Lighting.
How to Install Under-Cabinet Lighting
You can pick from many types of under-cabinet lighting here, including LED under-counter strip lights and halogen under-cabinet lights. We also carry incandescent and fluorescent options. For simple and succinct tips on installation, read our article on how to install under-cabinet lighting.
1800Lighting stocks so many great brands, sizes, and styles the choices can sometimes seem a bit overwhelming. Using our online filters at the left of the page, you can easily narrow down our huge selection by width, finish and style to ensure you find a style that's tailor-made to your space.
If you're still stumped or have any questions about particular products or your lighting situation in general, you can visit one of our showrooms if you live in or are visiting Florida or New Jersey. Otherwise, please feel free to call our toll-free phone number. Either way, our lighting experts can help you make the best choice for your project.