By Victoria Carrell. bathroom vanity lighting. Published at Thursday, March 01st, 2018 - 09:51:37 AM.
The bathroom is the place we use every day to get ourselves ready in the morning for work or other various activities. And in that space, the mirror plays a pivotal role in allowing us to present ourselves to the world. Getting the most out of the mirrored bathroom area starts with the right lighting fixture. A vanity style lighting fixture can be easy to install yourself and requires just a few basic tools. Use this guide to bathroom vanity lighting and you'll be sure to have your own vanity light in no time at all.
A fluorescent fixture can be placed much closer to the vanity mirror. Shadows are removed and glare from a fluorescent light doesn't reflect back to the user as easily, allowing you to butt up against any mirrored edge.
There are many elegant choices for homeowners who want something more interesting than a strip of bulbs. Recessed lights and wall sconces are two examples of alternative lighting options. The fixtures must complement the vanity design and be the right size for it to work. The fixtures should not be so big they overpower the vanity. At the same time, they should be big enough to provide balance to the room while providing enough light for the space.
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.
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