Light for your home
Make your home shine with ceiling lights. Find out here what solutions we offer and what to consider when choosing the right ceiling light.
Ceiling lights from ORION: light in its most beautiful form
A central element of interior design
The 5 biggest advantages of ceiling lights at a glance
- Ceiling lights are suitable for use in a variety of rooms, whether it's the kitchen, dining room, living room, children's room, study or hallway.
- LED ceiling lights are bright, economical, low-maintenance and do not heat up.
- Flat lamps can even ideally illuminate rooms with low ceilings.
- They can be used for basic illumination, zone lighting or accent lighting.
- Some models are suitable for ceiling and wall mounting.
What types of room lighting can be achieved with ceiling lights?
Ceiling lights for basic illumination
- Centrally mounted ceiling lights are ideal for general lighting. They can provide general room brightness and even distribution of light.
- In larger rooms, the use of ceiling lights of different sizes is recommended. It is attractive to combine several lights from a series to create a uniform ensemble and ensure sufficient brightness.
Ceiling lights for zone and accent lighting
- LED strips are the ideal solution for zone lighting. Fitted to the ceiling, they can be used to bathe entire walls in light. Stone and brick walls with their special surface texture benefit from this kind of staging. They can also be mounted under furniture to illuminate specific work surfaces in the kitchen, for example.
- If you wish to emphasise certain furnishings, designer furniture or works of art, ceiling spotlights and spotlights are the ideal choice. They only illuminate the desired object, leaving the rest of the room in the dark. Swivelling and rotating ceiling spotlights make it possible to direct the light precisely and create attractive accents.
Spotlights and spotlights with lamps with a small beam angle of 15-30° are ideal for spotlighting and creating individual lighting accents.
The circle of light is smaller, but the beam of light is concentrated, allowing the object to stand out clearly.
The most popular types of ceiling lights
Flat ceiling lights
Ceiling lights with textile shades
LED ceiling lights
- Up to 90 % less power consumption than incandescent bulbs
- Maintenance-free operation thanks to integrated LEDs
- Innovative designs
- Low heat generation
- Long service life compared to conventional light sources
In the interests of sustainability, many of the LED ceiling lights manufactured by ORION contain replaceable Printed circuit boards. You will find information on this in the product description details.
Classic ceiling lights
Ceiling lights for the bathroom
- Protection class IP67 applies for baths or showers
- For surfaces around the shower and bathtub, protection class IP65 applies
- Up to 60 cm around the bath or shower, protection class IP44 applies
Crystal ceiling lights
Ceiling spotlights and spotlights
Do you prefer the soft and diffuse light of indirect lighting?
Swivelling spotlights and spotlights with a wide beam angle of 60-120° can be aimed at a wall and thus reflect the light from the ceiling and wall. This allows a much larger area to be illuminated with indirect light.
What else is there to consider?
Dimmability in the smart home
Before you consider upgrading your favourite light with a Zigbee dimm module from ORION, find out which standard is in use in your home and then get advice from our competent customer service staff.