You may not even think to put lighting at your feet, but this fluorescent tube along the bottom of this kitchen island gives this space a contemporary zest. And the blue tint pulls in the view of the water from outside.
Instead of opting for LED light strips or recessed toe-kick lighting, Michelle Turner and Brian Rigney suggest using basic 120V plug-in LED rope lighting. "The cost is considerably less than the 12V LED light strips," says Turner.
talk about a hip kitchen. Underlighting on the island and cupboards visually wows, especially when reflected by the stainless steel appliances. With the large wall of windows, the entire affect is one of cool and calm, but may be too hard to maintain.