Ok, so I have a dimmer that controls a light in an alcove. I'm adding built in cabinets and adding LED strip lighting on the back side of the trim. The LEDs will be powered by a UL rated dimmable power supply. This will be mounted in the cavity between the ceiling and the false ceiling of the built in cabinet as will the driver for the Halo remodel canless recessed light. The cavity is about 6" tall. I'd like to be able to switch the LEDs and the recessed light separately. However, the current switch panel is a 3-gang and no room for a 4-gang to run an additional wire and switch.
What I'd like to do is use the existing switch for the recessed light to power 2 separate single pole switches in a 2 gang box in the ceiling of the cavity, accessible by pulling the canless light out. The power from these would then go to each respective driver. I'd use wifi switches so using them day-to-day would be no hassle. I know its a little weird, but is this ok to do?