Published at Saturday, February 24th, 2018 - 03:59:04 AM. bathroom vanity lighting. By Fiona Beaumont.
You can make a small bathroom feel warm and inviting by incorporating the appropriate light fixtures. Try recessed can ceiling light fixtures concentrated on work areas. You could also utilize indirect lighting somewhere at the wall junction. Sconces can save up a lot of space because they are attached to the walls, so you may place them on either side of the bathroom mirror above the sink. You can use more lighting fixtures if you layer your lighting and manage it with dimmer switches.
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.
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