I have installed a new LED fixture under the cabinet in the kitchen (see picture below). I want the fixture installed at the front of the cabinet as shown in the picture below. The wiring is too short.
Question: How can I fix this is a manner that meets or exceeds the NEC without it looking like a hack-job.
Here are some ideas I have researched.
I have consider using something like Legrand Wiremold because it is shallow and seems to hide well under the cabinet. (See pictures below). But I cannot figure out how to transition from the Wiremold to the fixture. And I cannot figure out how transition from the wall to the Wiremold raceway.
I have consider using the PVC 1/2", but the boxes are too deep. I like that PVC has smooth surfaces for easy cleaning when it gets dusty.
I have considered using armored cable, but seems hard to clean when it collects dust. I believe I would install a shallow box from where the NM cable exits the wall and then use armored cable from the box to the fixture.
This is the LED light that I installed.
Raceway Combination Connector (Transition from NM-Cable into the Raceway
Shallow Switch and Receptacle Box (as junction box)