Published at Saturday, February 24th, 2018 - 03:55:32 AM. bathroom vanity lighting. By Victoria Carrell.
Accent lighting is another style in which a small dug-in spotlight pointed at a decorative item or an elegant basin produces another layer of light in the bathroom. The dug-in light can also be angled to accentuate and illuminate fixtures or tile work to make them shine. It enables you to see otherwise poorly lit or shaded areas. Pendants, or sconces, placed on appropriate areas, such as on either side of a vanity mirror, can give lighting for certain activities that include shaving and putting on makeup.
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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