By Lydie LaRue. bathroom vanity lighting. Published at Thursday, March 01st, 2018 - 23:01:16 PM.
There are many elegant choices for homeowners who want something more interesting than a strip of bulbs. Recessed lights and wall sconces are two examples of alternative lighting options. The fixtures must complement the vanity design and be the right size for it to work. The fixtures should not be so big they overpower the vanity. At the same time, they should be big enough to provide balance to the room while providing enough light for the space.
Most vanity light fixtures are secured above the mirror and shine down upon the user. This works great for mirror viewing as it produces a shadow down and away from the mirror. A typical vanity bar height is just above the mirror about four inches away. A basic height for vanity fixtures is around 78-80 inches off of the floor.
Proper placement of vanity lighting is crucial. If the fixture is located right above the vanity, it can cause glare that makes it difficult to see. Raising it up higher can solve this problem. If the fixture is placed too far away, the light will be too dim. Homeowners can experiment with different locations until they find just the right spot.
A light is a very important part of a bathroom, whether old or remodeled. There are many different types and designs of bathroom lights, and which ones you should consider depends on several factors. One is looking for a light, and the appropriate fixture, that fits in with the current design of your bathroom. There are many different styles of lights and fixtures, from the contemporary for the new modern bathroom, to various rustic and artistic looks. The vanity light can be completely covered, or appear as three covered lights.
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