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Old 10-28-2006, 08:14 AM   #16
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I say 8 to 10 cans i could be way off.

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Right now there is an 8x8 recessed incandescent fisxture that I have cheatde up to a 100 watt bulb, fixture says 60 watt max. Any suggestions for that area? The exterior door in that area has half glass and allows some natural light during the day.
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Anybody have anymore suggestions?
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Old 11-01-2006, 05:18 PM   #19
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I would do maybe 5-6 cans in the work areas, maybe a couple more over by the pantry...I think that area over to the bottom right is a pantry...Maybe a couple in the middle of the room...Or if there no eating area, maybe a fan fixture (as MDSHUNK suggested) or other type of fixture of your taste ...where are you going to have an eating area? Will you have an island? Because I too am a fan of the pendant lights for that. Since you have a lot of base cabinbets, it appears, you could do the toe kick lights...Under cabinet lights will be nice.
If you go to that link I suggested above it can tell you spacing in the work areas based on ceiling height, etc...

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