Published at Wednesday, November 28th 2018. by Doreen Hahn in Ceiling Light.
The best way to light up a hallway when lighting a hallway. There are two things you need to consider safety. First, we need to light up the entire path that you would walk on. The hallway, the second thing we need to consider is, of course, decor. I like to create a rhythm in my lighting, with a fixture every eight feet, or so I love to use decorative fixtures, either semi-flush mounts or mini chandeliers or even full-size chandeliers. If the height of the hallway accounts for it, the lighting in a hallway, particularly one that will be used by guests, should pertain to the lighting in the rest of the room surrounding it.
If it's a hallway say between a dining room and a living room, the decor will be much more formal than a hallway. Just adjoining the kid's bedrooms in a wider hallway, we have the opportunity to use wall sconces, try to keep the depth of them to under five inches so that nobody bumps into them. When they're walking through many of my clients, use hallways as family photo galleries. We use accent lighting to play this up. They can either be battery-operated but are much easier to use if they're hardwired.
Another way to highlight the artwork is by using track lighting. This is not the old-fashioned track lighting that you may be thinking of today's track. Lighting has beautiful heads that swivel and rotate so that you can focus the light on any picture that you'd like to track. Heads can be made out of Murano, glass, chrome, bronze or any other type of material that you'd like to use. That keeps with the theme of your home, of course, in just a utilitarian hallway, we can use simple recessed lighting to create the pathway.
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