Artistic lighting makes friends and visitors feel welcome as soon as they reach your front door. When an entrance hall is stylishly and harmoniously illuminated highlighting surfaces and objects, the room becomes the home’s calling card.
Pale walls are good at reflecting light. Good lighting makes a room seem bigger. Money invested in new led luminaires quickly pays itself back through lower energy costs.
In terms of light, the entrance hall is the connection between inside and outside. Eyes adapt more easily to the changing light if the entrance hall is well lit. A pale and bright look also makes a small room seem larger. A plafond luminaire installed on the ceiling gives plenty of light evenly in all directions.
General illumination is possible to achieve with line lights by submerging led strip into the ceiling structures inside the profiles of the opal domes. Executed like this, the illumination will not take any space away from the height of the room.
The adjustment and grouping of lights are important things in an entrance hall, particularly if it is long and narrow. Spotlights and downlights offer diverse possibilities to dim and direct lighting. In renovated locations, extra light can be created through a lighting rail installed on the ceiling, for example, at the dark end of a long corridor.