Vanity Lights. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 15:37:50 PM
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.
Dimmers are recommended so you can adjust depending on the time of day or on the task you are trying to complete. Sconces are usually installed on the wall directly in front of the vanity but for best results it is recommended that you install them in pairs. For instance, when one is installed on either side of the mirror they provide the area with ample lighting for all types of vanity tasks. Sconces can be purchased with one or two bulb placements. There are many decorative designs to choose from.
Bathroom vanity lights can be as expensive or inexpensive as your budget will allow. You can choose from fluorescent bulb fixtures, multiple bulb fixtures, primarily decorative fixtures, or those that only accommodate one bulb. If youre simply wanting to change the look of your bathroom, decorative fixtures can be easily and inexpensively found. Just keep in mind that multibulb fixtures are usually more expensive than single bulb fixtures. But this can all vary based on your style, budget and where you are shopping.
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