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Hallway

The entrance and hallway create the first impressions when you enter a house. As the saying goes, there is no second chance to make a first impression. Good lighting in the entrance or hallway is therefore a basic prerequisite for presenting yourself appropriately. But it's not just about putting yourself in the limelight. Bright lighting also signals safety in your hallway. And finally, well-thought-out lighting creates a pleasant atmosphere when you enter your entrance or hallway. We will show you how to optimally illuminate entrances and hallways.

BASICS OF ENTRANCE AND HALLWAY LIGHTING

Firstly, it is important to understand the basics of lighting in order to illuminate your entrance or hallway in the best possible way. Consider factors such as the size of the room, ceiling height, design, and purpose. These factors influence your decisions in the choice of lighting, the positioning of the lights, and the light intensity.

MAIN LIGHTING

The main lighting mainly revolves around illuminating the entire entrance or hallway as brightly as possible. Ideally, it illuminates the entire room evenly. This guarantees optimal orientation and ensures the necessary safety. In most cases, this can be achieved by means  of a central ceiling light or even a chandelier. Choose a pleasant light colour for the light sources, so the light should be neither too warm nor too cold.

ACCENT

Wall  lights, spotlights or recessed lights can be used to set beautiful accents. Properly placed, you can thus emphasize certain architectural features. For example, you could also illuminate artwork or specific wall decorations and thus put a focal point on them. Ideally, this will visually enlarge the entrance and hallway. So, accent lighting creates an interesting atmosphere and highlights certain areas.

STAIR LIGHTING

If there is a staircase in your entrance or hallway, you should urgently think about staircase lighting. This can be easily solved with small LED lamps that are installed along the steps. An alternative: you install recessed spotlights on the walls to illuminate the staircase on the one hand and to create a decorative effect on the other. Stair lighting ensures very good visibility of the steps. This, in turn, increases safety.

USING NATURAL LIGHT

When lighting your entrance or hallway, always remember that there is also natural light. If the light enters your entrance or hallway through windows or skylights, it is worth keeping these areas free of furniture or curtains. In fact, natural light gives your room vibrancy and is the ideal complement to your lighting.

LIGHT SWITCHES AND DIMMING LIGHTS

When planning your lighting, make sure that the light switches are easily accessible and arrange them logically. If necessary, install a dimmer to be able to adjust the light intensity. This allows you to flexibly adjust the light in your entrance or hallway depending on the time of day, brightness or mood.

DESIGN AND AESTHETICS

In addition to the lighting itself – i.e. the functionality – the design of the lights also plays a role. Ideally, choose lamps that match the style of your entrance or hallway. There are countless options for hallway lighting, among which you are guaranteed to find the right one for you. Whether your style is modern, classic, or rustic, you are sure to find what you are looking for, among the many different lamps for your hallway. Also, don't forget to choose lamps size in good proportion with the size of the room.

ENERGY-SAVING OPTIONS

Climate change affects us all. At the same time, electricity costs are also rising rapidly. So, it's worth paying attention to the energy caused by the lighting in your entrance and hallway from several angles. It's wise to choose energy-efficient light sources such as LED lamps. They are durable and consume significantly less electricity than other light sources. At the same time, they are mercury-free. This allows you to reduce energy costs while enjoying high-quality lighting.

PERSONAL TOUCH

Once the main lighting, stair lighting and accent lighting have been installed, the most important points have been successfully completed. Now it's time to add a personal touch to your entrance and hallway. Personal elements, such as decorative lamps, murals, or other light objects, reflect your personality and create a very individual, inviting atmosphere.

RESULT

The hallway is the first room when you enter a house. This makes it all the more important to take a close look at a lighting concept. This not only affects the safety of your hallway, but also the effect of the room. Ultimately, you can greatly enhance your entrance area with a perfect lighting solution. Add your own personal touch and give your house an inviting and stylish ambience.

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