I got tape LEDs for my UCL. The electricians were here today. To figure out where to put the tape, they held a piece of the tape up against the bottom of the cabinet. We all agreed that right behind the light rail looked good.
Now one piece is in and the little difference between holding it up and it really bring flat against the cabinet makes a huge difference in the light. As you can see from the picture, it's casting a really strong shadow from the light rail. It looks bad and is not effective task lighting. Thoughts on solving this problem? Will just moving it back a few inches fix it? Do I need to do something else? The primary purpose of the lights is task lighting on the counter. Lighting up the backsplash is nice, but secondary.