Made a strip light fixture for our guest bathroom, it's a little too bright. My own fault, too short-sighted. The stripes are covered with a stretch ceiling with a photo. So I got an image filling the ceiling that is evenly lit except for one stripe (bracketing).
Sensitive to breakage can be the adhesive bond on the backing, many strips don't hold upside down.
Avoid glare from "bright spots" (especially important). Drivers with higher voltages for longer lengths (otherwise the light gets darker toward the end of the strip). Amount and intensity of light. Distribution and accentuation. Light color and CRI (no RGB for main light). Light control if necessary.
In general, a half function strip solution for an entire apartment will cost significantly more than conventional fixtures or daylight panels. In general, I don't recommend doing this. Rather use them as accents here and there.