For closet designers and cabinet makers, adding lighitng to product offerings and designs can help separate your products from the competition. Whether incorporating lighting into floating nightstands with motion sensors, headboard lighting, armoire lighting or more, these small touches can enhance a project and take it to the next level.
There are a variety of LED lighting options available for the industry from ready-made lighting kits, to a la carte components, standard size fixtures, and the custom fixture programs.
Greg Price, founder of Gap Supply, which is now part of Hardware Resources, will share with 2019 AWFS Closets Symposium attendees ideas on how to use lighting and incorporate it in your designs. Everything from how to hide light behind trim for cool light effects, routing out columns or flutes to show accent lights, cove lighting, and lighting under each shelf in a closet will be discussed. Price will also talk about smart home lighting solutions.
Price started Gap Supply, a lighting development and manufacturing company focusing on lighting solutions for the kitchen, bath and closet industry, including the Quattro wireless dimming system, and the micro waterproof tape lighting. Hardware Resources bought Gap Supply in 2018 and merged into Task Lighting. Price continues to work for Hardware Resources in product development and training.
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