By . Bathroom Light. At Monday, July 23rd 2018, 00:31:04 AM.
The usual bathrooms in houses have small areas compared to the other rooms, and the common way of lighting these bathrooms would be from the ceiling regardless of the design and theme of that particular bathroom to save space. But there are other lighting fixtures for the bathroom that are available which are both stylish and appropriate to the bathroom size. These fixtures are not only installed in the bathroom ceiling but on walls of the bathroom as well.
Bath lighting must meet three conditions: to be functional, aesthetic and to have a special ambiance. For the daily tasks (shaving, make up, etc.) you needed a strong light and for moments of relaxation, such as a bath in the tub, you need a discreet light. Also the bulbs that you use must provide the amount of light needed to properly light this room. It is indicated that you should use lighting fixtures directed down with special ornaments or decorative pieces which help in reshaping the bathroom and obtaining a special effect. Sources of lighting must be fixed and directed so to have an efficient light and to focus on dark areas or objects that you want to put in a special light. Also the light can be reflected by using mirrors if they are placed in strategic places and you can get better results when decorating the bathroom. It may also be supplemented by a lamp or lamps perched on the bathroom cabinet if the electrical system allows this. All these will help you to have a stronger light when needed, but also a dimmer light to create a romantic atmosphere.
There are usually multiple lighting fixtures that are used in bathrooms these days. It is due to the fact that the bathrooms are quire spacious and require one lighting just above the mirror so that there is no shadow casting or reflection from the light, one used for the flush area and separate one for the shower zone.
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