By Lydie LaRue. bathroom vanity lighting. Published at Thursday, March 01st, 2018 - 09:51:31 AM.
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.
Choosing a good lighting design is necessary to get just the right amount and quality of light. The features to consider would include the bulb type, style, finish and size. There are several kinds of bathroom vanity lighting available in the market these days. Choose the type of lighting that will fit the personality of the owner and more importantly, a design that would blend with the overall theme of the bathroom.
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.
A vanity light fixture is best used with the bathroom mirror. Also, the mirror is the most important place in your bathroom where getting light at multiple angles is important. You would want to perform intricate activities such as applying make up, shaving and combing your hair to the desired perfection while in front of the mirror. A bathroom vanity light fixture normally has anywhere between two to five lamp options, so the installation of one such light would let you get the light focus from multiple angles.
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