Opinions - Want to use Shower Recessed...
I'm in the process of renovating the main floor of my 60s house, tearing down the walls, opening it all up, new kitchen, etc...
I'd love opinions on using shower trims for the recessed lights in the living room/kitchen/main floor.
I'm going for a more retro-modern look as decor. My preference when it comes to recessed lighting is that I don't want it to be a prominent feature.
That being said, I'm going to need around 20 of them, so this is going to be a pricey expense to make a mistake.
What I'm leaning towards is a very low-profile, frosted glass shower trim with a matte finish for the living room to make it disappear more readily, and with a semi-gloss finish for the kitchen so it can be easily cleaned.
Here's a link to a trim I would consider.
A friend expressed her concern, saying that it would look odd to have "shower" lights in the living room and kitchen...and that she's never seen anyone who has this in a non-bathroom environment.
Is this odd??
Thanks in advance.