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Pinhole Recessed Lighting Trims

If your lighting project requires a bit more precision than afforded by the average can light, your quest for the perfect trim ends here! Our selection of pinhole recessed lighting trims are capable of concentrating your ceiling light into a single cascading beam, either proudly projected by a smooth interior or softened by a baffle.

Why Use a Pinhole Trim?

Pinhole downlights are basically mini indoor spotlights. If you are trying to highlight something with a very precise beam (say, a work of art or an object in a display case), a pinhole light trim may be all you need to make your dreams come true. These puppies are good for really focusing light from above onto a particular spot below without much "spill light." If you are more of a visual learner, you may find our little illustration below helpful.Image showing pinhole trim vs standard trim