By Lydie LaRue. bathroom vanity lighting. Published at Monday, February 26th, 2018 - 03:10:15 AM.
When looking for modern bathroom vanities for your home, most home owners are drawn to those vanity sets that have a clean and fresh look which will complement their home. For those that really do not like to spend a lot of time cleaning, they much prefer something simple. And it needs to be easy to clean in order to save them time. No one wants to spend ages cleaning up those complicated vanity sets unless you hire a maid to do it. So remember that it needs to look clean, fresh and new as well as it needs to be easy and fast to clean. Most home owners love bathroom vanity sets that have clear lines and depending on their taste, they may choose wood, glass or steel.
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.
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.
When it comes to the types of bathroom lighting, you can decide from several ways of bathroom vanity lighting. The first is ambient/decorative lighting. It works as a replacement for natural light and is usually provided by a central light, which can be a surface-mounted ceiling fixture or, if you want to get creative, a chandelier or a pendant lamp. It is typically produced using a dimmer, which can control the brightness by adjusting the amount of light desired. This type of lighting enables you to view a wider area and is normally ideal for habitual chores such as washing hands.
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