How to Use LED Downlights in an ACT Kitchen

When you have a modernised kitchen or one with dark, rich cabinets, you already have a space with great style. Unfortunately dark cabinets can also look cave-like and even depressing if you don’t have the right lighting in your kitchen. To add some light without having to replace your fixture, consider using LED downlights in an ACT kitchen.

Typically you add LED downlights in an ACT kitchen along the outer edges of the room, closer to the cabinets themselves. This is how they add light to the cabinets; a fixture is in the middle of the room, away from the cabinets, which contributes to them looking cave-like. When you add LED downlights in an ACT kitchen along the edges of the room, you can even aim them right at the cabinets so that there is an additional glow.

You might also place LED downlights in an ACT kitchen over a particular area of the kitchen that needs additional lighting such as your breakfast bar or island. This helps with food prep and with highlighting these areas. You might also put a few in an area of the kitchen that needs extra lighting, such as those kitchens that have an awkward layout with a pantry in a far corner or for long kitchens where the main light fixture doesn’t throw much light into the far areas. These simple additions of LED downlights in an ACT kitchen in these areas will make your kitchen glow.