Published at Saturday, February 24th, 2018 - 02:04:28 AM. bathroom vanity lighting. By Lydie LaRue.
Some bathroom vanity lighting may use special bulbs, which may cause problems when the time comes to change them as they are not commonly sold in stores or their production may have been discontinued. Avoid bright white or yellow bulbs for they tend to be harsh with unrealistic colors and they make the skin look paler and washed out. A neodymium bulb may be a good choice as they imitate sunlight. Some vanity lighting may use halogen lamps since they disperse light, resulting to a softer look but without shadows being casted. Choose some bulbs that are covered with frosted glass to have a more flattering result and better illumination. Fluorescent bulbs with Color Rendering Index of eighty or more can also be used and may be ideal for the bathroom since they generate less heat compared to the incandescent bulbs and would last longer.
The biggest hurdle to installing any bathroom lighting system is to find an electrical source to work from. This can include a fixture or outlet from an existing area. The best bet to installing your own vanity light is to work from an existing ceiling fixture that is already controlled by a switch. This will allow you to easily run a wire to the vanity. You will need access to the area above your bathroom to use this method; otherwise, you may need to call in a professional electrician to install your vanity light.
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