10:59AM | 09/10/08
Member Since: 08/25/08
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I'm looking for dining room/kitchen lighting suggestions. I don't want ceiling fans or chandeliers, but I would like something that hangs down a bit. Can someone point me in the right direction please?


05:15AM | 05/14/12
Member Since: 02/14/12
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What you think about wall sconces and bar lighting? Are you still waiting for answer? If yes, so I can give you some suggestion on it.


10:10PM | 06/14/12
Member Since: 03/10/12
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I agree with the other person. Bar lights are amazing and very nice looking. You could also implant circular lights into the ceiling.


05:17PM | 07/09/12
Member Since: 05/06/12
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Their are plenty of mod circular lights that hang down without looking pain or like a chandelier.


04:22AM | 12/18/12
Member Since: 12/17/12
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Hello all,

If you need more light under your kitchen counters, adding specialized under-cabinet or under-counter lights can help illuminate the area. Bulbs for under-counter lighting features are available in a variety of types, including florescent, halogen, xenon and LED. Different bulbs have hotter surface temperatures than others, so be sure to keep that in mind as you select your under-counter light fixtures.

Thanks a lot

Matin John


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