Staircase lighting - safe and stylish appearance
While wall and ceiling luminaires provide bright ambient light, they illuminate Recessed spotlights on the lower part of the walls specifically target the staircase in running height.
Stair lighting provides sufficient brightness in these parts of the building and thus ensures greater safety. While wall and ceiling luminaires donate bright ambient light, recessed spotlights on the lower part of the walls deliberately illuminate the staircase in running height. Additional light strips on the steps can effectively defuse tripping hazards and contribute to improving the orientation in the staircase. In staircases, staircase lighting with a timer are practical helpers. Once the set time interval has been reached, the lamps automatically switch off again. This saves electricity and helps lower operating costs. Outside, staircase lighting with solar modules is an economical option. Otherwise, lighting systems with LEDs or energy-saving lamps are suitable as energy-efficient lamps for staircase lighting.
Lighting stairwells in a space-saving manner
Stair lighting should be as compact as possible. Recessed spotlights are particularly advantageous in narrow stairwells or stairwells. But also functional lights with a reduced design come into their own. Thanks to their simple look, they also go very well with the rest of the interior design and form practical lighting objects on the wall and ceiling. A particularly decorative staircase lighting is created when you hang pictures in the staircase and provide them with special picture frame lights.
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