By Violette Beaux. bathroom vanity lighting. Published at Thursday, March 01st, 2018 - 09:51:29 AM.
It is important that you measure properly. An oversight of even an inch can leave you with a lot of trouble that cannot be easily solved. For the bathroom vanity, measure the space for width, length, and height. You will also need to know the measurements of your vanity first before deciding on the lighting fixtures you will incorporate with your vanity.
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.
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.
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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