Choose the Trim Function

Pivot 35- to 45-degrees and turn 360 degrees;
best used as task lighting or for lighting art.

137 products

Channels illuminations downward;
best used for general lighting.

140 products

Evenly bathes a wall in light from ceiling to floor;
best used on light-colored walls.

8 products

Learn More About Recessed Lighting

The 101 on Recessed Lighting: Part 1
The 101 on Recessed Lighting: Part 2
New Recessed Lighting: Dots & Dashes

What's Recessed Lighting

A ceiling recessed light, or downlight, is a low-profile light fixture mounted into the ceiling. Typically, there are two parts required, the trim and the housing. The trim is visible on the ceiling, while the housing is hidden above the ceiling and contains the lamp holder and all other electrical parts. There are many types of recessed housings to choose from depending on the installation – new construction, remodel, IC for insulated ceilings and slope ceiling versions. These housings can use all kinds of light sources, such as halogen low voltage, line voltage, fluorescent or most recently, LED. Begin shopping by selecting either a housing or trim. This selection will help narrow down the options available for the second half of your ceiling recessed light.