#GELighting Room Makeover #cbias

I have a huge kitchen.  However, I hate my cupboards, I hate the flooring, and hate my counters.  I do love the color we painted it when we moved in.  Now, how do you makeover a room like this?  Well, let me show you what I’m working with —

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Yes, if you look closely, you will see that we have different light bulbs in each outlet for the fan. It gives my kitchen a strobe light effect that I can’t stand. I also can never remember what bulbs I actually have in the fan which is exactly how I have the effect I have. It was not too hard for me to decide what room I was going to makeover when I was asked to work with GE. As part of my partnership with GE, I received coupons for my GE light bulbs. All opinions posted about my GE Lighting experience are my own.

Since we have had a ton of bad luck in January, I don’t have a ton of money to makeover any of our rooms. However, my kitchen was in dire need of some work.  With a little bit of money (less than $100!) and a few supplies, we were able to make my kitchen a heck of a lot more inviting and warm! Here’s what my shopping trip looked like:

Now, what impressed me most about the GE Reveal lights is that I don’t have to remember what color I need. They just give off a great white light (so my kitchen no longer has hues of yellow!). I found it warm and inviting. Bill even noticed a difference (and he never notices anything!).

Before:

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After (Using the GE Reveal lights):

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Can you see the difference?

Now with a few supplies and the great lighting, I was able to make our kitchen so much more inviting:

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I love that it told me right on the packaging how much I’m going to save with these bulbs. Not only do they look great, I’m going to save about $200 over the life of these bulbs!

I love that we were able to redo my kitchen for less than $100. That’s cheaper than paint, new cabinets, and new counter tops. The difference is very noticeable. Want to do the same in your home? check out GE Lighting on Facebook or Twitter!

I am a member of the Collective Bias®  Social Fabric® Community.  This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias®  and GE Lighting #cbias #SocialFabric

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