By . Bathroom Light. At Monday, July 23rd 2018, 07:32:59 AM.
When buying bathroom lighting it is important to adhere to the current legal regulations. All lighting in the bathroom must comply and be suitable for use in zones 1,2 & 3 of the bathroom. This law has been brought in to protect the consumer from potential serious injury so please make sure that the lights you buy comply.
People also spend a significant amount of time inside bathrooms. Some can consume several hours just by taking showers or pampering themselves in tubs. Hours in the bathroom means hours of electricity to be spent in that bathroom. Another benefit of using chrome in bathroom lights is that it does not consume as much energy as the ordinary light bulbs, but still emits brighter light. Other than being used in bathroom lights, it is also ideal for work places in the house like the kitchen or in offices since these areas need long hours of lighting.
Another aspect to consider as far as the look of the bathroom lighting is concerned is the type of shade you use. Frosted glass offers a diffused light, which is both soft and very much easier to work with if you happen to be taking advantage of a little privacy and a mirror to carry out your ablutions and pampering. Spot lighting such as that offered from recessed ceiling lights, usually LED or halogen, can look incredibly stylish, and helps focus more light where you need it. But for lighting near bathroom mirrors a soft, diffused effect can work extremely well, giving you a more even light.
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