Undercabinet lighting. I know this seems like no-brainer, but before I had it I never knew how useful it could be for task lighting and mood lighting. But spring for LEDs. We opted for fluorescent to save money, and we regret it.
classic cream cabinets -love the muntin design, thin drawer in the bottom of the upper cabinet, and the FABULOUS corbel brackets - interesting walls; silver leaf maybe? oh and of course, the marble countertop!
Savvy receptacle placement. Using a receptacle strip like this mounted under your cabinets keeps the outlets as far as possible from splashes and splatters. It means less time cleaning the receptacles and also makes it easier to wipe down your backsplash.
The kitchen features an eat-in bar and granite countertops paired with black Shaker-style cabinets. The gray tones are repeated through the backsplash. Stainless steel and stone tile reflect light from the undercabinet lights.
I want LED undercabinet lighting. Mini soffit option? 500 lux recommended for under cabinet lighting. 4-10 watts per foot for 5mm LEDs or a min of 20 W per foot with high power LEDs. Lower CCT numbers are warmer, higher are cooler. 3200- 4000 neutral area. Be sure arrangement has a uniformed light effect, not narrow, and washes the backsplash. Frosted lens coverings can help. Heat is detrimental to LEDs, so leave a gap between fixture and cabinets for better air flow.