If asked about what furniture or appliance you most probably neglect, your response most likely will be bathroom light fixtures. Well, at first they seem to be doing not much for your bathroom design. Unlike bathroom vanity, the selection of bathroom rugs, or its appliances, bathroom lighting seems to be on the bottom list of what you should consider for bathroom design.
In other words, not many people have taken this furniture seriously in terms of interior design. If you have such opinion in your mind, you could not have been wrong anyway. Like many interior designs would say, every little thing in your room matters. The same thing applies to the selection of bathroom light fixtures.
Not only does this furniture serve functionally, bathroom lighting can be of assistive device in bathroom design if you choose it selectively. So, take yourself self-note to consider more on the selection of bathroom lighting.
If well-managed and selectively chosen, bathroom lighting can make your bathroom become your peaceful and relaxing refuge. When you are on the mission in choosing bathroom lighting, firstly go with task lighting. This serves as functional lighting for your bathroom. If you get one, make sure you hang two of these on each sides of mirror on bathroom vanity.
When hanging these on each sides of the mirror, be sure that these lightings are in line with your eyesight. Do not ever hang lighting above the mirror to prevent you from looking too old. As many interior designers agree, nothing can make you look older than bathroom lamp hung above the mirror.
Another thing regarding task lighting is that you need to set these fixtures on a dimmer. It will be helpful when you get into bathroom in the morning when your eyes need to adjust to the lighting and help you wind down before bedtime.
Other type of bathroom light fixtures you can hang in bathroom is accent lighting. As its name mainly implies, this serves its aesthetical values. So, you had better several task lightings in your bathroom first. If you feel you need another decorative lighting, go with this.
Pick one which suits your bathroom or go simple with candle. Nothing beats the sparkle of the flickering candles. In conclusion, you need to set your priorities right by paying more attention to the selections of bathroom light fixtures for your house.
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