Project of the Month Contest Winner for Aug 2017

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Nicole H.
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Recessed Light Conversion Aug 2017 Project of the Month Contest Winner Before Picture
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“Our home’s front entryway was empty and poorly lit, making it an unwelcoming space for anyone to enter our front door. Using The Can Converter, we were easily able to transform the space by adding a chandelier that matched our decor and provided much warmer and friendly lighting.”

Project of the Month Contest Winner for June 2017

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Kelly W.
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Recessed Light Conversion June 2017 Project of the Month Contest Winner Before Picture
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Recessed Light Conversion June 2017 Project of the Month Contest Winner After Picture

“Updating the over-the-sink lighting. The can lighting just didn’t give me enough lighting and I wanted to incorporate some brushed brass. (The cabinet pulls are on order :). I feel old-world feel of these pendent lights are accentuated by the can trim. Thank you Can Converter for making my project effortless!”

Project of the Month Contest Winner for March 2017

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Larry S.
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Recessed Light Conversion March 2017 Project of the Month Contest Winner Before Picture
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Recessed Light Conversion March 2017 Project of the Month Contest Winner After Picture

“Replaced 3 kitchen can lighting fixtures with 3 LED pendant lighting fixtures. I used the “Can Converter” because of the optional ceiling plates which another brand did not have that option.
I think as you can see, this new lighting enhanced our kitchen cooking area and the rest of the kitchen. …”

Project of the Month Contest Winner for February 2017

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Tod N.
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“We were remodeling our half bathroom, it had an old 1980’s can light with a compact florescent bulb in it. We wanted to add a little extra “bling” to the bathroom with a pendant light.
I used to work in a lighting store that sells your product but never had the need for one until now. It was the perfect solution to our issue…”

Project of the Month Contest Winner for November 2016

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Recessed Light Conversion November 2016 Project of the Month Contest Winner After Picture

I had a 6″ recessed can in a small office that did not have any ducting, so it gets hot. I purchased the Can Converter to add a fan for airflow in the space. I needed to rig it a bit, as the fan that I owned did not have a ball, but rather was locked into a bracket. So far so good!