By . Bathroom Light. At Monday, July 23rd 2018, 00:01:22 AM.
Bathrooms are characterised, in general, as more restricted areas - they are not always the big, airey rooms we may hope for and, often, do not have natural light. As such, lighting becomes more important than usual. Lighting must be more intense than in the rest of our house, as compared with the needs of the room. Uniform light can be expressed through various bodies, selected according to the size of the bathroom. For a small bath uniform light can be obtained with the help of two bodies of lighting arranged on either side of the mirror, and for a large bath the light may be obtained by using a lightning body affixed to the ceiling, above huge mirrors.
Like all other lighting fixtures, the chrome lighting fixtures in the bathroom also come in special designs so that there is a control in lighting despite the fact that light from chrome light bulbs can be extremely bright. Before using chrome in bathroom lights, the size of the bathroom and the color should be the basis for the strength in terms of brightness of the bathroom lights. The wrong bathroom lighting can have negative effects on the bathroom especially when it is not pleasing to the eyes.
Mostly, bathroom is the place where most people spend time to prepare their selves for the day ahead. Such preparation includes face-grooming like applying makeup or shaving. Thus, it is important to provide the room the right supply of task lighting. This category of lighting focuses on the vanity area where the vanity mirror is placed. You can use the vanity light fixtures such as wall sconces and installed on either side of the mirror. Or you can install the fixture right above the mirror. The light should not cast shadow especially in the face and neck thus, avoid installing recessed light overhead as this will give shadow.
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