By . Bathroom Light. At Monday, July 23rd 2018, 08:24:50 AM.
The first thing to consider is the look of the light itself. This may be a wall light, bathroom mirror light or ceiling light, and each of these types offers a whole variety of choice. If you have a bathroom with chrome based fittings, such as chrome taps, chrome towel rails and chrome handles on bathroom cupboards then it's probably a good idea to consider opting for bathroom lights with a chrome finish. Nickel plated lighting offers a beautifully warm look, but it's generally best to complement chrome with chrome rather than mix nickel and chrome together.
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.
The bathroom light must be clear, with controlled intensity and not bright. What ever lighting you choose, it must work with the furnishings, mirror and other decorative pieces placed in the bathroom. A classic style bathroom must have mirrors with elegant frames and shaded lighting bodies . For modern design choose mirrors without frames, spots placed strategically so that the light is not too bright.
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