By Lydie LaRue. bathroom vanity lighting. Published at Thursday, March 01st, 2018 - 23:01:20 PM.
Accent lighting is another style in which a small dug-in spotlight pointed at a decorative item or an elegant basin produces another layer of light in the bathroom. The dug-in light can also be angled to accentuate and illuminate fixtures or tile work to make them shine. It enables you to see otherwise poorly lit or shaded areas. Pendants, or sconces, placed on appropriate areas, such as on either side of a vanity mirror, can give lighting for certain activities that include shaving and putting on makeup.
Bulbs can also be a considering factor. Many light fixtures are replacing conventional incandescent bulbs with fluorescents. While these work well in most cases, they often don't have the bright factor that an incandescent has. Always ensure your fluorescent light bulb over a vanity produces as many lumens as a conventional incandescent bulb produces to get a good task lighting source.
Vanity lightnings not correctly positioned can produce glare or shadows in areas not wanted. Placing the light fixtures on both sides of the mirror would help prevent this. If the mirror is big enough, the lights can be suspended directly on the mirror. The important thing is to install the lights at eye level to produce even lighting without creating shadows.
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.
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