Top tips for lighting your entrance hall: Consider the scale of the space. Is it single height or double-volume? The size of your lighting fixture should complement the size of your entrance hall. For example, a small pendant in a double-volume space would look out of place. Remember to layer your lighting so that your entrance hall does not appear lifeless and flat. Use warm white bulbs as opposed to cool white bulbs as this will give your entrance hall a welcoming feel.
What are the different light applications for an entrance hall (wall lighting, pendant lights etc.)? They can all work - it just depends on the shape and scale of your entrance hall. A combination of fixtures, for example, a pendant suspended from the ceiling, wall sconces, and a floor lamp, all work well to give your entrance hall that layered lighting look.
How do you choose wall paint and wallpaper to complement your entrance hall lighting? Lighter shades of paint and wallpaper will reflect the light, making your entrance hall look larger.
What are the latest entrance hall lighting trends? Chandeliers are a timeless classic and come in so many shapes and sizes these days that there’s a chandelier design to match any style of home. Pendants can be hung in multiples or as single fixtures. A row of identical pendants suspended down a narrow hallway creates a flow of light, guiding you from the entrance hall to the rest of the home. Smart lighting that can be controlled and adjusted via your phone, for example, the EGLO connect range.