By Tatiana Ardouin. bathroom vanity lighting. Published at Thursday, March 01st, 2018 - 09:51:41 AM.
First, you need to know how to size bathroom lighting fixtures. Basically, you will need to find lighting fixtures that are most suitable for the overall size of your bathroom and that coordinate well with the size of other items in the room.
Most vanity light fixtures are secured above the mirror and shine down upon the user. This works great for mirror viewing as it produces a shadow down and away from the mirror. A typical vanity bar height is just above the mirror about four inches away. A basic height for vanity fixtures is around 78-80 inches off of the floor.
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.
When it comes to the types of bathroom lighting, you can decide from several ways of bathroom vanity lighting. The first is ambient/decorative lighting. It works as a replacement for natural light and is usually provided by a central light, which can be a surface-mounted ceiling fixture or, if you want to get creative, a chandelier or a pendant lamp. It is typically produced using a dimmer, which can control the brightness by adjusting the amount of light desired. This type of lighting enables you to view a wider area and is normally ideal for habitual chores such as washing hands.
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