Vanity Lights. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 14:55:13 PM
Decorative Lighting these are lighting fixtures that draw attention to themselves as objects and they are used to create an effect. Chandeliers, candles (traditional and electric), fireplace, candelabra and low voltage pendant fixtures are examples of decorative lighting. Always choose light bulbs for bathroom vanity lights that provide light in the natural daylight spectrum. Bulbs that are mostly yellow or white will not show you how you will appear outside the bathroom, which makes applying makeup more difficult.
When purchasing bathroom vanity lighting fixtures for a bathroom consider how much natural light the space has coming from either a window or skylight. Your lighting requirements become much less if you already have a sufficient natural light source. Night time bathroom usage is going to be your main concern so you will need to purchase a fixture or fixtures that can adequately illuminate the vanity area during dark hours. Keep in mind that it may take just one good light source or a combination of a few to get enough illumination in the bathroom vanity area.
If you like the look of these vanity lights, realize that they are not original works but skilled reproductions, which is the only way most of us can enjoy the artists style. Few true Tiffany creations exist today, let alone just vanity lighting, and those that do command high prices, up to eight million dollars for one piece, depending on the style, condition and age. Tiffany started out working as a stained glass designer for an interior design company.
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