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Light Your Hallway

Hallway lighting can sometimes be overlooked during remodel or building projects.  The light in a hall needs to be functional, but can also be dramatic and unexpected depending on the fixtures you select.  

Ceiling fixtures should be placed about every 8 feet.  Either flush mount or semi flush mount fixtures work well.  If you have a high ceiling chandeliers  or chandelettes could also be used.  The bottom of the fixture should be at least 7 feet from the floor.  

 Another great way to light a hallway is with wall sconces.  Wall sconces should be placed 6 to 8 feet apart and approximately 60 inches from the floor.  Placing every other sconce on the opposite side of the hall helps balance the look and the light spread.


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