By Fiona Beaumont. bathroom vanity lighting. Published at Thursday, March 01st, 2018 - 09:51:34 AM.
No one wants to use a bathroom where the sink is leaking or the faucet dripping. If the bathroom top is cracked or chipped and you've tried your best to get them patched up. But it's just not the same any more and you really need to do something about it. Or the bathroom closet or drawers have grown moldy or is disintegrating before your very eyes. Time to consider getting a clean and fresh new look for your washroom. Your guests may be appalled if they find your bathroom vanities all worn out and falling apart when they come visit you in your home.
Especially if you are planning a renovation, a vanity light can bring just the right look to your bathroom. The good news is that in most situations, you can change the bathroom lighting cheaply. Adding the right light complements your bathroom decor and gives you the ability to add your own personal touch to the room. Decorative bathroom vanity light fixtures are available in various finishes, including brass, chrome, nickel, or even pewter to coordinate with faucets, sink tops, and other bathroom accessories. Depending on what you want and what your budget is, these can range in price from as low as a cheap and functional $20 to highly ornate and decorative bathroom vanity lights and fixtures which can be in the hundreds of dollars.
The first thing you need to do to start any bathroom remodel is to determine the style you want to employ. You need to have an idea of your overall theme before tearing the space apart or ripping your bathroom vanity off the existing floor plan. Fortunately, you can find very simple ways to establish the style that you want online. You could even easily find the size and prices you require for your particular project. Once you have a basic concept of what you want, start measuring. Remember, this job does involve water and electricity so keep safety a top priority.
Now you can make a small hole in the wall using a hammer. Make the hole behind the vanity light so that when the vanity is hung, the hole will be covered. Using a pair of needle nose pliers, fish the wire through the hole. Strip the wires and attach them directly to the bathroom light fixture and hang it on the wall according to the directions.
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