Pendants aren’t just for the kitchen; these fixtures work well as a series to light hallways. Whether you are lighting an entryway or hall extending between bedrooms, pendants are a great choice that come in many sizes and styles. Read on how to best use pendants to light your hallway.
These sleek disc pendants are staggered throughout the hallway to create interest. You don’t necessarily have to hand pendants in an evenly spaced, aligned sequence. Have fun by varying the spacing and the depth of the fixtures.
Jill Shevlin of Jill Shevlin Designs created a warm and inviting hallway with artistic flair. Simple glass bell pendants guide you from one space to the next, while tray ceilings define a bit of separation in keeping with a more traditional feel. Generous natural light ties the spaces together.
Multi-pendant fixtures work well over kitchen islands, dining tables and in entryways, but they are also an excellent choice for a hall. Look for multi-pendant fixtures with a linear format for your hallway. These sculptural black fixtures work well in a modern interior.
There are a variety of ways to define a hallway within an open plan. Install a ceiling feature such as this tray ceiling with wood slats and complementary wood pendants. You can also use a rug or carpet tile to mark the procession on the floor plane.
Lights can be art—case in point, these swirly abstract pendant lights that perfectly punctuate this modern hallway. A contemporary space calls for a contemporary statement, and these fixtures deliver on all fronts. Have fun with your hallway lighting scheme.
Sometimes the simplest look is the best, depending on your space. These elegant globe pendants emit a soft glow of light throughout a hallway. This style works with almost any style of decor, from traditional to modern.
Black and white is a timeless combination. White walls with black accents in the form of mullions and picture frames make for a sophisticated hallway design. Choose coordinating black and white pendants to complete the look.
If you are working with a neutral hallway, try adding a pop of color through the lighting. These bright orange pendants perfectly punctuate the space and guide you along your way. Keep the walls, floors and ceilings as neutral as possible for the best effect.
Pendant lights draw the eye up and bring a lot of character to a space. They lend themselves well to hallways as they can hang in a series and create rhythm. We hope these ideas have helped to guide you to the right pendants for your hallway.
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