Recessed kitchen light fixtures are a sleek, modern way to bring light into the room and brighten up your space.But once the trim around those lights starts to get yellowed and old, those lights may not look so sleek and fresh anymore.They're actually a bit more money than purchasing new cans, but it is so much easier to use these kits to update the look and technology.
But you don’t have to replace your entire light fixture to get an updated look.
In just a few minutes of DIY, you can replace the trim around those lights and totally update recessed kitchen lighting fixtures with very little money and trouble.
This post really should be titled: How to convert a can light in 5 minutes or less (if you aren’t shooting tutorial photos every 30 seconds), and why did it take me 6 months to do this?! I’ll spare you the extra word count and just get right down to it. Worth Home Products sent me the pendant light to try (ages ago!
Do you have can (or recessed) lights in your ceiling? Okay, I know it says six minutes, thirty seconds and not five minutes, but I mentally subtracted the time it took to snap photos and to re-adjust the light to a higher height. ) And then they waited patiently for months — and they wondered if I didn’t like the kit but was afraid to tell them so.
He discouraged us from replacing them because removing the cans could really damage a ceiling.
Instead, he showed us the LED bulb and trim retrofit kits.
We recently updated our kitchen pot lights with a quick fix: Our kitchen has two pot lights over the counter that I usually croped out of photos because they just looked so terrible!
In the lakehouse tour, you can see them in the "before" photos, but they're cropped out of every "after" shot of our aqua makeover.
Finally, we made our selection and were about to head to the check out when a salesperson asked if we needed help.