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Annie4

07:12PM | 10/19/04
Member Since: 10/18/04
1 lifetime posts
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We just completed our kitchen remodel. We have several recessed lights; under and inside cabinet lighting; and decorative fixtures over the island. Over the sink is a skylight. There was not enough room for a recessed fixture because of the skylight. I am looking for options on lighting this area above the sink -there is a large window in front of the sink and cabinets on either side creating shadows and a dark spot. The job is done now - to go back and rework might be a problem. I need an aesthetically pleasing and practical solution.

tperez

06:15AM | 10/22/04
Member Since: 09/24/04
128 lifetime posts
I have been thinking on this one. I can only suggest that maybe some small recessed cans that use MR lamps can be used around the skylight. This is a recessed light yes, but they are very small and produce a lot of light. Call a lighting store and see if they can come out and take a look. This is usually a free service.

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vskerche

08:11AM | 03/05/05
Member Since: 03/08/03
8 lifetime posts
Have you looked into putting lights on either side of the sink attached to the cabinets?. Sconce? lighting
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