Lynn McCurley. Light Fixtures. January 04th , 2018.
There are some bathrooms with small chandeliers on either side of large mirrors and the effect is one of sheer elegance. Those bathroom light fixtures that are used to frame bathroom mirrors can be very costly to replace as many of them were ordered specifically for the metal plating that it would be screwed into. To find a replacement is almost impossible and the glass that has to be replaced is usually sent to the factory to make a duplicate cover.
Pot lights under the cabinets are a popular source of lighting. Many people have them installed or buy kits to do it themselves. It is fairly easy to set up, but for anyone who prefers electrical things to be done for them, you can easily have an electrician come in and set them up. They usually run about a foot apart and hide neatly in place. No wires are seen and the appearance is nice and tidy. At night when the pot lights are turned on, there is enough light from them, to light up most of the space, but most people keep a few extra light fixtures on just to have more lighting.
There is nothing warmer and more comforting then the feel of soft glowing pot lights. When these fixtures are perched up on the ceiling of a kitchen space, they can tone down the brightness that can sometimes go along with a kitchen. Instead the lighting is glowing with a warm cast.
Ambient light typically comes from an overhead light. Wall sconces can be added to the overall light scheme to add additional ambient lighting and offset the harsh quality of many overhead lights. Accent lighting can be added as well, to draw attention to particular areas of the space or add points of visual interest. Recessed or track lighting are simple, common contemporary bathroom lights that are easy to install and look sharp in any contemporary design. Task lighting also serves a useful function in a bathroom; for instance, angled lamps on the side of mirrors can provide ample light to avoid shadows and poor lighting for personal grooming.
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