How Do You Ensure Maximum Exposure By Lighting The Bathroom With Chandeliers, Sconces And Vanity Lights?
How often do you walk into a home’s bathroom only to find it inadequately lit? There’s a shadow at the mirror, and you actually appear worse for wear because the only good light is coming down from the middle of the ceiling. Bathrooms are increasingly becoming one of the most indulged rooms of the home, with spa-like tubs, heated tile floors, and steam showers combined with rain heads. The bathroom is where it all begins and ends every day, so why not take more care in finding the right lighting? Overhead lighting is certainly important, as it centers the room, but the rest of the lighting should be considered in layers or pieces. The various tasks taking place need definitive lighting. The vanity is one of the most important since it is the most used area where one requires the best lighting. The size of the sink and the mirror will dictate the proportion of the fixture, but it should create an even wash across the face and hair. A 36″ wide vanity should utilize a 30″ fixture that pro