We recommend that hallway light fixtures of soil are on perimeter as this vision will not cut your way. If your hallway is curved, you’ll enhance curve with a guide in meetings between wall and ceiling or wall and floor, which will give sense of movement and mystery.
Another option is to create a rate, for example, modulating hallway light fixtures either most classical way (with a single lamp of same size along corridor repeating several times) or more dynamically varying size, form or type of lamps so that rate is not monotonous. You can also opt for contrast: If your hallway is white you can choose black lamps that evoke play of light and shadows.
If you have a larger hall can incorporate table lamps on sideboard or console. A good lamp in a not very long corridor will be enough to illuminate. And if you like art, an interesting option is to place a great work down hall and illuminate with spot lighting, leaving faintest to enhance effect (although if you prefer to accompany it with a general lighting) rest.
On other hand, hallway light fixtures create shadows and reflections, so what do you think illuminate hallway playing with it? If roof has a color slats can put every few meters lighting creating a set of keys. You can also partition backlit, either as a continuous line, with different shapes in a mesh, or by creating squares of light.