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Posted by Scotty0613 (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 7, 13 at 10:08

I live a condo, built in 1984 with florescent lighting on both sides. I have a small narrow kitchen, cement ceiling because I have a unit above me. I�m refacing my cabinets and removing the florescent lights.

I�m going to put up white track lighting in the center of the room. My question is & correct me if I�m wrong� If I "don�t" get white track lights and someone walks into the kitchen, the first thing they�ll see is black or bronze track lighting. �Am I safe with a modern bronze color because that�s what I really want.

Thanks,
Scotty


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RE: Correct Me If Im Wrong

Indeed, the bronze might be more appealing to you, but the white track will "disappear" more in the ceiling, and that's a good thing, imho….


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RE: Correct Me If Im Wrong

Instead of traditional track lighting, would you consider something like this 49.00 at IKEA):

They have several types.

Another cool option would be this DIY kit from Lindsey Adelman. It can be bent to look more like track lighting.

Here is a link that might be useful: Adelman DIY kit


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