By . Bathroom Light. At Monday, July 23rd 2018, 03:55:24 AM.
The first thing to look at is the kind of natural light that is available in the bathroom. To what extent do we need to augment the natural light? Should we put a window, a skylight or can we get away with some nice vanity lighting? What kind of surfaces and colors do we have in our bathroom? Are there a lot of light colors and reflective surfaces? If so then we may not need as much artificial light as we think. The best and most effective lighting for your bathroom is natural daylight. You can create a large window, a bay, or a bank of smaller window units next to the bathtub to add luxurious natural light to the bathroom. Nevertheless, no matter how much natural light you have in the bathroom you will need to use some electric lighting for night time and to fill out the bathroom corners. All corners of the bathroom need to be well lit. Dark corners makes a bathroom look smaller. So we must take into account the overall lighting situation in the bathroom in order to create balanced, strategic artificial light for all our important bathroom tasks.
General lighting or illuminating the entire bathroom is also necessary. It is the substitute for the absence of the natural light.
Bathroom mirrors are present in nearly all bathrooms and it is an area that does require sufficient lighting, standard bathroom lighting can often cause shadows around the mirror which isn't great when making yourself look pretty. Choices for bathroom mirror lighting includes lights on the wall around the mirror, shaver lights which also offer somewhere to charge a razor or toothbrush and mirror cabinets with integrated lighting. The only thing that can sometimes hold you back is your current electrical wiring situation and how much money you have available to spend.
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