The shades are nothing special, just reasonable quality Lowes standard 4' length units.
The uppers are constructed and mounted like the ones over the kitchen, so I won't go much into the construction details.
Here you can see a window shade, cabinets being fitted, and a few implements of vegetative and property destruction.
The kitchen overheads and ceiling lights are pretty bright. We wanted to add some lower intensity lighting for when we don't want to cook our eyeballs...like at night. So I added 2 dimmable, indirect lighting strips under the new cabinets.
First, paint a length of 1/2" aluminum u-channel.
Cut the bottom panel to size, and countersink the mounting holes.
Mount the u-channel to the board with VHB, and wire in the LED ribbon strips and dimmer modules.
The struts and magnets are the same models we used for the kitchen cabinets.
And call it done. Well almost...I ran out of the rubber weatherstripping I'm using as a cushy molding.