Don’t let your clothes hide in the dark anymore. Our wardrobe lighting can help you see what you have to wear. We have different types of wardrobe LED lighting that saves energy and doesn’t emit much heat, so it’s ideal for narrow spaces. Some can be controlled with remotes or apps, too.
Do you find yourself grasping in the dark while looking through your wardrobe? Often, the light source in your room doesn’t quite provide the illumination you need to see all the way into your wardrobe. Wardrobe lighting is a practical and stylish solution to that common problem. With pleasant lighting within the closet, you’ll have the light source precisely where you need it. And best of all, you won’t have to disturb your partner by flicking on the ceiling lamp.
Smart wardrobe lighting
Adding light fixtures to your wardrobe is not only intelligent, it can also be smart. Many of our wardrobe lighting products can be activated by remote control or the Home smart app – and some can be connected to a home assistant.
We have wardrobe lighting which is compatible with smart home assistants such as Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant and Sonos. This means you can control your lighting with your voice. With certain accessories such as TRÅDFRI gateway and TRÅDFRI drivers, you can also set up multiple lights to be lit, switched off or dimmed together as a group. Everything is set up and can be controlled in the IKEA Home smart app. Read more about our smart lighting here.
Another great solution is to install wardrobe lighting that switches on automatically when opening the wardrobe door. No more looking for the light switch and fumbling in the dark. As soon as you need the light, it’s there, and as soon as you’re done you just shut the door with no risk of accidentally leaving the light on. The fewer things you have to remember in the morning – the better!
Choose the right closet lights
When deciding to light up your closet or wardrobe, you need to choose the right lights. Wardrobe LED lightning is a good choice since the LED lights don’t emit much heat or use a lot of electricity, making them both a safe and economical option.