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First time we ever installed kick lighting. We used a custom made rigid LED fixture to achieve the uniform wash.
In between the mirror and the back splash is a channel. The designer of this project wanted us to add a task light as well as an accent piece to make the mirror pop.
We decided to manufacture and install a rigid LED Fixture to give it a modern take on mirror lighting. In 2014 this was unheard of. Today it has become sought after.
We mitered together 4 Linear fixtures using a 45 degree aluminum profile to help achieve the proper focus. When the owner now stands and looks at the mirror, Her face will be lit from every possible angle.
Per the builders request, He wanted a uniform task light as well as a kick light for the bottom cabinet to add cool effect.
The kick light was done using rigid LED fixtures custom made at our shop in Louisville, KY.
For this particular job it was decided we should add a motion sensor to the light, making it easier for the home owner to go to the bathroom at night time without having to look for a light switch.
When they step into the room, the accent light comes on. We hid the motion sensor in a discrete location so it would not take away from the design of the space.
At this retail shop the owner had complained that there wasn't enough light for Her dressing rooms. While lighting from the top would have been the first suggestion, there was no ceiling to the room and no electric nearby. It would have cost more than the owner was willing to pay to add electric and a light source to the room. So we again added linear strips. 45 degree aluminum profile and a motion sensor to add convenience.
The designer wanted to show off the bottom area of this floating bathroom cabinet. We added the popular motion sensor for convenience.