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About Bathroom Lighting

Nowadays, lighting is much more than just a source to brighten the surroundings and illuminate the area. Lighting can be artistic and stylish, inevitably becoming part of the home decor. It helps to highlight architectural elements and works as an enhancing agent to achieve designing effects. Lighting is not only vital for key areas of the home like living rooms, kitchens, and dining rooms, but also carry an essential value for bathrooms, backyards, corridors, and other less-used areas.

For bathrooms especially, the illumination requirements are endless. Modern bathroom light fixtures can synchronize beautifully with a home's design if done properly, and we here at are excited to help you achieve this goal.

Where should I pay attention to while installing bathroom fixtures?


The first factor to consider when planning the lighting upgrade in the area. Mark all sections the lights need to illuminate and figure out whether you can use existing fixtures or if new ones need to be installed.


The next thing to consider is the size of the lighting fixtures in relation to the size of the bathroom. It's important to know the square footage of your toilet before moving forward because this will prevent oversizing or under-sizing issues in regards to the fixtures relative to your space.


Once the location and size of the bathroom lighting fixtures have been finalized, it's time to shift your focus to the lighting intensity. Warm white LED light (2700K to 3000K) is ideal for bathrooms because these color temperatures offer the most flattering natural look. 3000K to 4000K will also work but be careful because higher color temperatures, tend to start having a more bluish hue that isn't ideal for bathroom settings.

Best Lighting Fixtures for Bathrooms

Lights bars, sconces, recessed lights, and even small pendant lights˜or˜chandeliers˜can be used in bathrooms. Lightbars are the most common choices for lighting, but pendants offer a stylish change as well. Recessed lights are also a great choice for illuminating the bath area, and sconces are a great way to compliment cabinets and vanities as well as lighting the darkest corners of the room.

In larger bathrooms, a stylish chandelier can make the bathroom more beautiful. If you have vanities installed in your bath area, then make good use of LED vanity lights. Please note it is very important to use only UL rated bathroom fixtures because the bathroom is exposed constantly to water and damp conditions.

How to Achieve Maximum Efficiency with Bathroom Lighting Fixtures?

Great bathroom lighting starts with good illumination and lights that highlighting all your fixtures, vanities, and other installations such as bathtubs and showers. To get the best results with your toilet and lavatory lighting, take care to follow the tips listed below.

  • Avoid using bright lights directly above the mirror. Spending prolonged periods of time in front of the mirror may irritate your eyes due to the reflection of light.
  • Choose bright wall colors because dull or dark colors tend to absorb light. As a result, lights with more wattage are required to illuminate the area and this will increase your electricity bill.
  • It's also important to clean the bathroom properly, and not just for hygiene's sake. Clean and shiny surfaces reflect the light for maximum illumination, especially when it comes to floors, ceilings, and countertops. Additionally, spotless and glossy bathtubs and toilet fixtures reflect light as well.
  • Use LED bulbs to save on electricity since the bathroom is another place that is consistently being used throughout the day.