What if I don’t have a wall box where I want a wall lamp?

A led wall lamp fixture cannot be installed without a junction box, but just because there isn’t one near where you want to place the light doesn’t mean you can’t. You can use a remodel junction box whenever it’s too late to set a junction box in the wall without pulling out a large chunk of drywall. It anchors to the drywall’s back and can support a fixture weighing up to ten pounds.

How many wall lamps can be placed in one room?

As a general rule, the amount of wattage required to light a room is calculated as room length x room width x 1.5.

So, if you have an 18′ long room x 12′ broad room, multiply by 1.5 to get 324 watts, which is the amount of wattage required to light the space sufficiently. You can split the lighting into multiple sources. For example, two 150-watt lamps and one 60-watt wall lamp would provide more than enough light for the room.

Are wall lights customizable?

Finding the ideal light fixture can take a long time. You may need to take matters into your own hands and create a custom wall lamp appropriate for your home. Jaguar makes your search more accessible by providing everything you need to select the proper fixture, as well as virtually limitless color combinations and configurations. In addition, you can get customized chandelier lights as per your requirements.

What types of wall lights are available?

  • Uplights and Downlights- Uplights, as the name implies, are designed to cast light upwards along the wall and towards the ceiling, giving a living room or corridor a more open atmosphere. On the other hand, downlights direct the majority of the light downwards, creating a cozy and more relaxing ambiance in a larger living room.
  • Wall Sconces- A wall sconce light is a fixture that hangs from the wall rather than the ceiling or the floor. Wall sconces are a great way to provide warmth and intimacy to a living room or bedroom, light a hallway or corridor, or create a focal point. Wall sconces are available in several forms, ranging from standard candle sconces to rustic lantern sconces.
  • Swing Arm wall Lights- Swing arm wall lights have a concertina arm that can be pulled outwards, away from the wall, for maximum flexibility. The beauty of a swing arm light is that you can direct the light exactly where you want it, making it ideal for an office or reading area while also freeing up desk or table space. Swingarm lights, in addition to being functional, can also be an eye-catching design feature.

What is the appropriate height to hang them?

Wall lights should be put 152-170cm (about 5-5.5ft) above floor level, and numerous wall lights should be spaced 250-300cm (or 8-10ft) apart as a general rule of thumb. To avoid glare from the exposed bulb, aim for the top of the wall light to sit at eye level. However, if the area has exceptionally high ceilings (say, more than 10 feet), or if you’re hanging wall lights in a bathroom or bedroom, these heights may need to be adjusted.