Ceiling lanterns¬†can be an ideal solution for Entrance hall lighting as the diameter of the light fitting is not generally so great, which helps if your entrance is narrow.Obviously you are not limited to using a lanterns in your entrance hall, please browse our¬†online shop¬†to view the wide range of light fittings available to suit all sizes of room.
When deciding on lighting for your hallway, you must think about the size of the room and what it is used for. Perhaps you have an entrance with a glass door or glass above the door. A popular idea is set a¬†chain lantern¬†so that it is visible from the outside. This also helps to light the porch area when visitors arrive and also can be used as a security measure.
A¬†flush porch lantern¬†could also be used to compliment your lighting scheme.
Dark entrance hallways can be lit using a combination of lighting methods. A¬†table lamp¬†on an entrance hall table¬† and a¬†flush ceiling fitting, can brighten the darkest hallway.¬†Wall sconces or uplighters, with the use of light d√©cor, will brighten and give the sense of width to even the smallest hallway.
When deciding on lighting for your hallway, you must think about the size of the room and what it is used for.
Small hallways may seem dark on entry but, with the use of wall sconces and a¬†flush ceiling fitting, this can be overcome. Wall sconces, with the use of light d√©cor, will brighten and give the sense of width to even the smallest hallway.¬†Wall uplighters¬†are a good idea if you have a narrow hallway
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