Some of you might remember photos of the shelving unit I was using ever since I joined the forum last spring...
Each of the two 36" dual-tube fluorescent fixtures (one above each shelf) provide decent supplemental lighting, but the shelves don't really allow the kind of room I need for growing-out young plant material (which is all I have at the moment).
This old setup ^^^ will remain empty for the moment.
Later on I'll use it as more of a 'display' shelf for more mature/refined material.
Onto the upgrade...
As you'll see in the following photos, I've expanded my growing area and moved the plants to the 'bar/shelf' area which separates the livingroom from the kitchen.
Lighting consists of two 48" dual-tube fluorescent fixtures.
Supporting chains attaching the light fixtures to the brackets allow for a completely customizable height adjustment (up to about 3 ft. from pot surfaces).
Questions/comments always welcome!