In a hallway the plafonds, trailing lamps or halogen dot lamps which are built in a false ceiling can create the top lighting.
In the hallway is useful an overall ceiling, and local lights focused at the mirror. For the top lighting in a hall it is possible to use the plafonds, trailing lamps attached to a ceiling or the halogen dot lamps which are built in a false ceiling.
If in a hallway you prefer trailing lamps, YOU MUST pay A special attention to their length: too long will disturb, and too short will light insufficiently a hall..
Very effectively are the ordinary small lamps or halogen lamps placed a few pieces next to each other.
Light near THE mirror in a hallway SHOULD uniformly illuminate the face, and the man himself – the sconce will successfully cope with this task.. Even if we have the top lighting, place the same sconce on one of opposite walls – it will help to make a hallway interior complete.
Sometimes provide still an additional light source of low power which lights a hallway until late at night – for example when the family watches TV in a drawing room, but sometimes it is necessary to pass comfortably through a corridor to other rooms, without having an opportunity at once to switch on a ceiling light. Therefore in very long hallways for lighting it is better to plan, at least, two, and even three ceiling lamps.