For use in our 13' Burro
(lots of reflective white FG) we have found that LED strips work great for reflective area lighting
. I put a strip over the kitchen counter, with an aluminum "L" strip shielding it from shining directly out. This way there is no direct light
in the eyes. It provides very bright soft light
over the sink and stove area. If fact, it was so bright that I had to put a dimmer on it to tone it down. The strips are easy to work with as you can cut them with scissors at marked positions about every inch or so, to make custom lengths. You can then clip or solder wire leads (18 ga.speaker wire is great for this) and install the strip wherever you like.
When you are shopping for strips, know that the 5050 LED's are much brighter than the 3035 LED's and cost more, but not that much. These strips are so bright that I put 1 ft over the sink and another 1 ft over the sink and it was still too bright for casual use and needs dimming. Always use PWM dimmers and not the cheap ones designed for hot lights
For reading lights
over the bed and over the front dinette, I installed a simple 3 LED puck which also had to be dimmed down. This is easy to do in a Burro
because of the double wall in which the wires can be run.
I find using LED designed fixtures much easier than converting existing hot light
And of course all are Warm White. "Normal" white is too blue and harsh.