Idea for Replacing Kitchen Fluorescents

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We recently got a great tip, that's both smart and stylish, from Nora, in Los Angeles.

Fluorescent fixtures are commonly built into kitchens and bathrooms because they're incredibly energy-efficient and emit comfortable, ambient light.

However, fluorescent lights usually don't offer much in terms in of style and expression.

Nora removed her fluorescent fixtures and panels, painted the recessed area a contrasting color, and then sank a beautiful semi-flushmount fixture into the space. Voila!

She chose the Flower Sparkle Ceiling Light, and the results are spectacular. Thank you Nora for sending in the photo! Click here to see the pics.

Now it's your turn: Capture a Lamps Plus design in your home and share your ideas with us. Review the item and upload your photo so we can see!

Post Update 5-2-10: The Sparkle ceiling light is no longer available. However, we have more decorative close-to-ceiling lights available than ever for you to choose from.

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  • Its a great idea, choosing recessed area a contrasting color, and then sank a beautiful semi-flushmount fixture.

    Thanks for posting

    Kate

  • Hi Kate!

    Thanks for the comment, and glad you liked the post. We love getting inspiration from our customers!

    Keep reading for more lighting and home decor ideas.

Idea for Replacing Kitchen Fluorescents