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Puck light spacing in glass cabinets

Posted by wwu123 (My Page) on
Tue, May 5, 09 at 21:09

We have two glass-front wall cabinets in our new kitchen that we want to put in-cabinet lighting inside. Each is 3' wide with two doors, so there are four doors side-by-side. Is it always the norm to center one puck on each door, for a total of four?

I ask because at the top of the wall cabinets a shelf extends out 6' on each side. We will be putting two pucks into each of these "wings", and it would seem to match slightly better in terms of light balance to have then only two puck lights within the center 6' of glass cabinets as well.

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RE: Puck light spacing in glass cabinets

The top glass shelves tend to be very close to in cabinet puck lighting so it will look better to have one centered in each door glass.

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