By Victoria Carrell. bathroom vanity lighting. Published at Thursday, March 01st, 2018 - 23:01:29 PM.
Homeowners will find a variety of vanity light styles. A simple vanity strip features a series of bulbs in a row with glass globe covers similar to those associated with a movie star's dressing room. Strip lights are sold in models with a black, chrome, bronze or stainless steel base. Decorator bulbs offer an alternative to incandescent lights but they provide a lower level of illumination and may add color to light to create a different mood and visual effect.
You can make a small bathroom feel warm and inviting by incorporating the appropriate light fixtures. Try recessed can ceiling light fixtures concentrated on work areas. You could also utilize indirect lighting somewhere at the wall junction. Sconces can save up a lot of space because they are attached to the walls, so you may place them on either side of the bathroom mirror above the sink. You can use more lighting fixtures if you layer your lighting and manage it with dimmer switches.
The light's finish should blend with the existing faucets and other fixtures in the bathroom. If the fixtures are shiny then a polished silver or chrome will do. If the design has a brushed look then brushed nickel finishes would be a good choice.
Bathroom vanity lights can be the main source of illumination for a smaller space. In a large room, they may serve only to illuminate the area around the mirror to make it easier to see while putting on makeup, shaving or styling the hair.
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