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Cove Lighting and Display Lighting

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  • Display lighting is used for commercial applications including stores, cafes and restaurants where ambient lighting is required.
  • Cove lighting can be used to illuminate architectural features in a room, including crown molding and cove ceilings.
  • Cove lighting and display lighting includes energy efficient LED lighting technology for green designs.
Our selection of commercial lighting includes cove lighting and display lighting for commercial and residential spaces. Cove lighting and display lighting tuck out of sight to keep the focus on the object, architecture or building that is illuminating by the hidden light source. Our selection of cove lighting and display lighting is perfect for commercial, industrial and residential lighting designs for indoor and outdoor lighting applications. Cove lighting and display lighting can be used for stores, restaurants, bars, hotels, cafes, apartment buildings and public spaces as well as home exteriors and interiors. The Arcadian Lighting collection features many lighting products for both commercial and residential lighting applications.


LED tape lights are among many the styles of commercial lighting in our collection. LED tap lights, along with LED tape lights, create subtle lighting designs were the light is the feature not the light fixture. There are several styles and finishes of cove lighting and display lighting to choose from. Finishes include bronze, chrome, antique, white, black, brushed nickel and nickel. Size and shape vary by function and design, but include: blast power cores, linear power cores, cove power cores, LED strips, LED tape lights and mini track lights.


As with LED tape lights, cove lighting and display lighting is used to create a hidden light source for soft, ambient light that highlights architectural features of the interior or exterior space. Cove lighting and display lighting, if approved for outdoor use, can be used outdoors as well as in interior lighting designs. Cove lights and display lights can be used to in commercial and public space applications such as museums, hotels, restaurants, bars, schools, stores and government buildings. It can also be used in residential applications to highlight a home's architecture at night.


The Arcadian Home collection offers a selection of commercial lighting, including cove lighting and display lighting from such leading designers as ET2, Maxim, Nora and W.A.C. Lighting . Browse our wide selection other commercial lighting for more options.

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Today's cove and display lighting trends are leading toward LED tape lights being the dominant style of cove and display lighting. Prior to the development of white LED lights and strips of these lights being attached to easy to install tapes, fluorescent tube lights were the most popular option for cove and display lighting. LED stands for Light Emitting Diode. These LEDs were fist invented in 1962 as electrical components. LED lights for cove lighting and display lighting are an energy efficient and green option. LED lights do not emit heat, which makes them a safe option for interior cove and display lighting. Look at our collection of commercial lighting for more LED tape lights as well as other cove lighting and display lighting options.
The cove lighting pictured here is the Maxim Lighting StarStrand 196" Basic Star-LED Tape. Cove lighting is elegant and bright enough to create indirect and ambient lighting in bedrooms, living rooms and dining rooms among other interior spaces in homes and commercial buildings. The strip of LED tape lights is hidden by the the architecture of the room, creating a contemporary type of cove or display lighting. Cove lighting can be used on cove ceilings, above crown molding, and with tray ceilings. Wherever there is a style of architecture that can hide the strip of fluorescent lights or LED tape lights, cove lighting can be installed. Cove lighting can also be used as display lighting in commercial applications such as stores, restaurants and libraries.

Q & A of the Day

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  • I have romex run to each under-cabinet section. They each run to a junction in a crawlspace which has a 120V switched feed line. Can I connect cut sections to each piece of romex (used as low voltage) and hook the transformer to my line voltage switch leg? I would need 8 connectors as well as a transformer to power the lights.
    Robert Jul 30, 2012
    The MX-53434 can be installed in an unlimited amount of possibilities. This LED tape can be daisy chained with jumper cables to connect each LED tape and they all will be powered from a central power source (transformer). So to answer your question the romex cable will not be able to plug/power the LED tape. You need a power or a jumper cable.
    Robert - Arcadian Lighting Jul 31, 2012

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