In a quest for cheap under-cabinet lighting, the owner of the kitchen pictured above turned to cold-cathode tubes intended for the inside of a PC case.
The result of his experimenting is a kitchen well light by under-cabinet lights. The entire affair is powered by an old laptop power supply brick and toggled with a small power switch which all tuck neatly out of sight for a clutter-free lighting arrangement.
For other lighting ideas you can check out how to set up cheap ambient lighting using rope lights and LED puck-lighting—visible in past featured workspaces like The Lightsaber and LEDs Workspace and The Monolithic Office. Have a lighting trick of your own? Let's hear about it in the comments.