Cornice indirect light
Cornice for indirect light is used to illuminate the ceiling. The back side of the cornice has a cavity with space for light sources. LED light sources are usually the best option as they are both easy to install and energy efficient. Indirect light is effective, decorative, and enhances the feeling of space. The scope of application is great; however, cornices for indirect light are usually placed a bit below the angle between ceiling and wall.
The mounting of the cornices is quite simple. You can take the measurements and do the cutting by yourself using standard hand tools for sawing, grinding, and processing the set up. If you happen to use superfluous glue, this can easily be dealt with by an immediate wiping off with water or mild soap solution.
Cornice indirect light KD119 is made of polystyrene (styrofoam).
Styrofoam cornices are easily mounted with a latex joint or water-based glue. They can also be painted with water-based paint. However, styrofoam cornices are not suitable for placement at low heights, instead, they are recommended on ceilings or high up on a wall.
You may read more about the mounting of cornices indirect light under Instructions for Use.