The Complete Guide to Under Cabinet Lighting


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Book Description

Under cabinet lights are the most popular, attractive, and handy kind of task lighting for the kitchen. Lighting designers agree that the path to any beautiful, functional kitchen starts with excellent task lights. Kitchen task lights have one simple purpose – to help you out. When you really need to get down to business, to cook a gourmet dinner or finally scrub down those countertops, task lights allow you to see. In this book, you’ll learn how to get that perfect lighting in your own kitchen. You’ll discover what kind of under cabinet lights will work best for your space, the ins and outs of every light source and fixture style, and even what kind of lights will work best with your personality. Then, move on to step-by-step instructions on how to layout, install, and operate your under cabinet lights.

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Annie Josey & Christopher Johnson

Annie Josey is Pegasus Lighting’s E-Commerce Marketing Specialist. She writes for the Pegasus Lighting Blog, “Light Reading,” manages the company’s social media, assists in the company’s marketing efforts, and, now, writes lighting e-books. Annie is a graduate of the University of North Carolina with Bachelor of Arts in English and a minor in Creative Writing. Moreover, Annie is an award-winning fiction and short story writer. Christopher Johnson is Pegasus Lighting’s Vice President & CIO. He is a Virginia Tech graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications (Broadcasting and Public Relations focus) and a minor in Sports Management. Chris also has a Masters of Business Administration from Virginia Tech with a specialty in Information and Decision Support Systems. At Pegasus Lighting, he manages the company’s technology infrastructure including the company’s e-commerce website and blog, and the company’s servers, computers, software, and communications network and documentation systems. Finally, Chris also manages all of the marketing and public relations efforts for Pegasus Lighting.

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