By Victoria Carrell. bathroom vanity lighting. Published at Monday, February 26th, 2018 - 03:09:20 AM.
Vanity lights should create a balanced lighting, neither too dim nor too bright. A large bathroom may need at least two to five lights. Strip lights may be the best type for this as it lights up the whole vanity and can be put in either to shine up or down. For a small bathroom, on the other hand, a sconce or a single vanity light installed at either sides of the mirror may be sufficient. A dimmer could be added to adjust the light depending on the time of day. The lights should not be wider than the vanity table or cabinet but may be wider than the mirror. If the vanity is long or has a two sinks, more than one fixture would bring out better results.
The biggest hurdle to installing any bathroom lighting system is to find an electrical source to work from. This can include a fixture or outlet from an existing area. The best bet to installing your own vanity light is to work from an existing ceiling fixture that is already controlled by a switch. This will allow you to easily run a wire to the vanity. You will need access to the area above your bathroom to use this method; otherwise, you may need to call in a professional electrician to install your vanity light.
Vanity lighting depends upon two things: Location and size. Depending upon the location of it, you will need a specific size. When it is above the mirror-often called a vanity bar-needs to be the right length to encompass your mirrors width. Side lights should be two thirds of the height of the mirror.
Bathroom vanity light fixtures are one of the best solutions to meet both the needs. Vanity lights installed in your bathroom would completely transform the looks of your bathroom and make it appear look a whole notch better. Also, since a vanity light bar holds multiple lamps, you get to control the brightness a lot better than simply fixing a high-power lamp and trying to take care of all needs.
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