LED Strip Lighting Tips
LED strip lights come in a variety of shapes and styles, including LED tape light, rope light, and modular light fixtures. They all have exceptionally low profiles while allowing for long linear runs of energy-efficient LED lighting, which are useful in wide variety of creative applications.
Get Creative with Color or RGB LED Strip Lighting
Have some fun and add a pop of color to a kitchen either over or under cabinets using LED strip lights. The blue LEDs enhance the sterile finishes in this modernly styled kitchen. Color works great with white and stainless steel finishes because of the clean appearance. You can even install color changing or festive RGB tape light and control the exact color displayed.
Linkable LED Strips for Backlighting
Linear LED strip light fixtures that have simple linking connections work well with complex backlighting applications. Link them end-to-end for straight lines and use flexible connectors for jumps or gaps. Take your lighting project up a notch with dimmable LED strips, which allow you to set the exact mood in the space.
Illuminate Outdoor Spaces
LED 12-or 24-volt strip lights can generally be installed in very long runs, which is ideal for outdoor lighting projects. Outdoor rated LED strips enhance safety and ambiance when installed around the perimeter of decks. Because of the exceptionally low profile you can even place them under rails for a striking lighting effect. Make sure to choose LED strips that are rated for wet locations.
Super Flexible LED Light Strips
Have an oddly shaped or curved spaced that needs illuminated? Flexible LED strip lights are ideal when working with a surface that’s not flat. Many flexible LED strips have adhesive backing for easily attaching to curved surfaces.