gone into, how enormous they are. We’re getting
LED lighting in the showroom
ready to install a 2,000 square feet closet.”
A related product is a hidden bookcase, which can
conceal a large room. “We will do four to six hid-
den bookcases a year that lead to a hidden room,”
Wehner said. “It could be in front of anything. We
did one where it went in to a man cave.”
Cabinet Concepts by Design offers a full spectrum of
Hafele LED lighting.
Matt Wehner said that it is important to have the
lighting in their own displays, so customers can envision what can be done. Hafele also provides a light
box that shows the tapes and pucks to good effect.
“Hafele has designed it so you do not need a certified electrician,” Wehner said. “All you have to have is
a strategically placed outlet so you can connect their
transformers, or drivers as they call them. Their drivers, in different sizes, plug into the outlet.
“From there, it’s infinitely expandable. You can do
the touch sensors, the motion sensors, door switches,
plug in lights. We use 12-volt exclusively. All our work
The company uses the light tape primarily, and
sometimes use pucks. “We use this extrusion that will
fit behind glass, we’ll mount that extrusion to a wall,
glass company will slide it into place, it will illuminate
it through the glass.”
See the Omnitech Selexx Chief CNC router used in
Cabinet Concepts by Design’s shop.