For the room in the house where we spend the most hours of the day, we recommend warm lighting. This can vary between 2,700K (very warm) or 3,000K (warm), depending on the preferences of each person. The most commonly used light temperature is 3,000K. Achieving a pleasant dining room is ideal to be able to be quiet and share moments with friends and family.
Hallway or Foyer:
Just like the Living Room or Dining Room, the Hallway or Foyer has to have a warm type of lighting. For this reason, it is recommended to use the same color in these rooms as in the other rooms of the house. For example, if 3,000K has been chosen for the Dining Room and Bedrooms, the Hallway should have the same Kelvin Degrees.
You could say that warm light is almost mandatory in this room. This is where we need to relax peacefully. The warm light will be in charge of helping you with visual relaxation. You can use 2,700-3,000K, depending on the Kelvin Degrees that have been used in the living-dining room. From iluxiform.com we recommend using the same Kelvin Degrees in all rooms of the house (except kitchen and bathroom).