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    Why We Love Puck Lights

    Large cupboards and kitchen islands can make navigating your kitchen tricky. Under cabinet puck lights can add an extra lighting element so that you're able to comfortably see underneath cabinets without overwhelming your space. They're also designed to be easy to install and are suitably rated against water and steam, increasing longevity and safety. Many can easily be daisy-chained so you can choose how many to install using the same power source. Here's what you need to know about under counter puck lights and which ones are right for your space.

    How Puck & Button Lights Work with Under Cabinet Lighting

    Strip lights, puck lights and button lights all make a difference when it comes to your under-cabinet lighting. While strip lights create long, consistent shapes underneath cabinets, puck and button lights create spots of light in your kitchen, which creates a slightly different style. They're ideal for highlighting features, such as plants, knife blocks and spice racks. Puck lights often come in warmer colors than strip lighting, so if you want a more natural-looking golden glow, puck and button lights are the way to go. As well as kitchen lighting, puck lights can also be used in the bathroom underneath cabinets and shelving.

    Under Cabinet Puck Light Ideas for Every Style

    The most important thing about accent lighting and puck lighting in particular is that it's there to highlight, not overwhelm. The MVP single puck kit from American Lighting provides a single adjustable puck light that you can move, letting you create different shadows and shapes as required. There's also a three-light kit that can be daisy-chained. If you prefer a more flush mount, WAC Lighting's low-voltage under-cabinet puck light fits into cabinetry for a stylish yet understated look. You can also get button lights from WAC Lighting that provide a more diffuse glow from LED lights.

    How to Choose the Best Puck Lights

    Lighting is all about creating personality, particularly with accent lighting. Decide what areas you want to highlight underneath your cabinets and install lighting appropriately. Some may wish to have several clearly defined areas of under-counter lighting, whereas others may prefer a well-lit kitchen worktop with consistent lighting all the way along the surface. This determines whether you need lots of puck or button lights or just a few. You also need to select the scheme. Some puck lights are recessed, making them near invisible, but others have a more sizable presence, so they're better with cabinetry that has a lip.

    Other Considerations

    When you install under-counter puck lighting, you need to think about how it works with your kitchen as a whole. Overhead ceiling lighting might produce deep shadows, so you need to work out how to layer light to create the right effect. Other lighting, such as sconces and even range hood lighting can provide additional lighting issues, so mitigating these to achieve your look can take some thought. Don't forget to consider under-counter lighting for subtle glow. With a bit of planning, you can create the perfect look for almost any kitchen scenario using under-counter puck lighting.