Bringing Your Home to Light
Create just the right environment whether in a work area, home office, or living space with our ambient, task, or accent lighting for the home. Bring your design to light by selecting from a wide range of fixtures with just the right level of illumination for kitchens, cabinets, desks, shelving, or closets.
Lighting for the Kitchen
When illuminating your kitchen work area with proper task lighting, it is important to have the correct balance of brightness and distribution. Where will illumination with no shadows be needed when working in the kitchen? What about navigating the kitchen at night? Is accent lighting needed in spaces to create a nightlight glow? Toe-kick lighting makes a good choice in lighting the floor space under cabinets to guide you through the kitchen.
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Access to Power in the Kitchen
Access to power in the kitchen is crucial; appliances use power. Personal devices such as phones and tablets require charging. Our line of power distribution units can be configured with power and USB charging modules to meet your needs. Check out our selection of power distribution units; if you don’t see what you are looking for, contact us to discuss your power needs.
Learn more about our versatile line of Powerflex Harness units or Designer Power Communication series.
UV-C Light Keeps Kitchens Germ-Free
Keeping kitchen and bathrooms clean helps prevent germs from multiplying and spreading throughout your living space. People clean, but sometimes fail to disinfect properly which leads to surface contamination and the spread of illness. UV-C light makes a convenient solution for disinfecting countertops and other surfaces preventing bacterial & viral infections. With a flip of a switch, 99.9% of harmful germs are eliminated.
Specialty Lighting’s UV-C products can be used to disinfect kitchens and bathrooms. Our products include fixtures that serve dual roles as a standard light source and a germ-killing UV-C light. Remotes and PIR (passive infrared) sensors provide a safe way to control the lighting system.