By Violette Beaux. bathroom vanity lighting. Published at Thursday, March 01st, 2018 - 23:01:10 PM.
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.
Once you've found a suitable ceiling light to access the power from, you will need to run a power line to feed the vanity light. For this you will need plenty of 14-2 wiring to run from the light source to the vanity area. Don't attach any wires to the fixture just yet. Run the power wire directly to the wall where the vanity light will be located. Drill a ¾" hole through the top plate of the wall. Now fish down enough wire to reach the vanity area behind the wall.
First, you need to know how to size bathroom lighting fixtures. Basically, you will need to find lighting fixtures that are most suitable for the overall size of your bathroom and that coordinate well with the size of other items in the room.
You want to make sure the bathroom light you choose fits in with the rest of the bathroom. In a very modern, sleekly designed bathroom the rustic looking bathroom vanity light is probably not a good choice. Likewise, you have every thing from energy efficient lighting that produces a soft glow, to track lighting from bathroom vanity lights to give enough light for an extremely detailed look at anything in the bathroom. There are many choices for bathroom vanity lights, choose one that fits your personality and your bathroom.
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