By . Bathroom Light. At Monday, July 23rd 2018, 09:13:53 AM.
Bathroom lighting sconces, whether for decorative or better lighting purposes, have been contributing factors for making bathrooms both presentable and functional at the same time. But like any other lighting fixtures, proper installment in the proper areas of the walls or ceilings should be applied so that the lighting will have better effect on the bathroom.
The bathroom vanity is where lighting needs to be the most strategic. We want to minimize unwanted shadows and be able to have full frontal illumination while looking at ourselves in the mirror. We should be able to see clearly what we're trying to tweeze and crimp while up against the mirror. Lighting coming in from the side from a wall sconce coupled with modern bathroom vanity lighting totaling at least 150 to 250 watts is usually adequate. With lighting mounted directly above the mirror, there should be some additional reflected light from the mirror that will even out the light. It's always good to start the day off feeling positive about the way we look and balanced, reasonably strong bathroom lighting goes a long way in helping us achieve this.
Bathroom lighting can be added to the wall or ceiling, however, wherever the lighting comes from, it must be watertight so the steam from the bathroom would not affect it. If you want to bring a note of originality to your bathroom and to win some space, you can opt for ceilings with incorporated lights, like spotlights. Before thinking about the appearance and aesthetics of the lighting in your bathroom, you must first take into account how to protect users against electric shocks.
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