I Figured Out A Cool Trick To Install Lighting Throughout My Home Without Paying Thousands Of Dollars
Recently, I was introduced to something that completely blew my mind.
You see, my friend Mary recently invited me over for lunch (and a little wine). I’d been looking forward to it, not only because it gave me an excuse to get out of the house, but also because Mary had just completed some kitchen renovations that I was dying to see. I’ve been in my house ten years now, and I was anxious to get some ideas in case I wanted to make a change.
When I saw Mary’s new cabinets, I could not believe what I was seeing.
There was lighting under all the kitchen cabinets. Not only was it beautiful, but it was functional. It really made the kitchen look like she spent a fortune on it.
Immediately, I decided I was going to have lights installed under my cabinets, too. It just made them pop. So, when I got home I started calling electricians to get some prices. But then, I went into sticker shock.
These guys wanted hundreds of dollars (and some wanted thousands) just to install the lighting. There was no way I could afford it.
I was disappointed, and frustrated too. But I’m a woman who figures things out. I wasn’t going to let that stop me. I wanted those lights and I knew there just had to be a less expensive way.
Well, this took me down the rabbit hole. I spent hours on YouTube watching DIY tutorials, and read tons of articles on how to install undercabinet lighting myself.
However, I have to admit, I’m not the best “DIY-er”…
While I can get by with a hammer and a screwdriver, these tutorials all wanted me to get into drilling and wiring myself… But, that’s just a little too much.
Was there such a thing as “easy” DIY lights?
Well, just as I was losing hope, I stumbled on what seemed like the perfect solution. I mean, this video might as well have been addressed to me… It was “Install Under-Cabinet Lighting in Under 30 Seconds… No Wires.”
Could it really be that easy? Or was it too good to be true…
Well, it had over 10 million views, so I checked it out. And, in literally under 30 seconds, they installed the lights. But now, all my hopes came down to one thing: the HomeLife Motion Sensor LED Lights. Would they work?