Lighting in the hallway

A hallway is often the first room of the home that guests see - therefore it should be bright and welcoming. It should also provide a practical light making it easy to find your keys and wallet when you are heading out of the door in a hurry. Hallways and corridors are often confined spaces without windows, which makes good lighting particularly important here. Photo: Fallon series

Lighting in the hallway

Ceiling light for the hallway

A good solution for hallway lighting is recessed downlights or other slim ceiling lights, as they create good general lighting from above and do not take up too much space. You can also use angled ceiling lights to light up certain details in your interior, for example your favourite art pieces or use it to create an interesting indirect lighting effect on the walls.

Photo: MIB series

Explore our hallway gallery

Take a look through our gallery and find inspiration on how to create a welcoming ambience in your hallway.

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Meet Fallon - our Moodmaker™ spot

With Fallon you can set different ambiences for different situations - just flick your regular wall switch, and the light will change from full light, to dimmed light and lastly to subdued night light.

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Meet our rail system, Nordlux Link

Use the Nordlux Link rail system to hang ceiling lamps in a row for easy installation and placement. Can be used with a Nordlux Link ceiling lamp of your choice.

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