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Bathroom Light Fixtures with Wood Vanity and Antique Brass Accents

Visually dynamic and rich in patterns, this primary bathroom offers an excellent relaxing ambiance for couples. Its main characteristic lies in the built-in contrasts enriched with brass and wood detailing and the clever spatial arrangement of the space. To start with, it is a smart addition to place the mirrors across the windows that find reflection in the mirror along with the greeneries peeking out behind the windows. It allows the bathroom users to enjoy the outdoor scenery while using the mirrors. Right below the wooden double vanity complements this scene with organic vibes, while the black-patterned white tiles blanket the floor and backsplash to bring the design together. The hexagon mirrors coordinate with the hexagon-shaped black pendants that add interest overhead. Antique-brass taps, mirror frames, and towel rails bring a lived-in feel, delivering a sense of sophistication.

Modern Bathroom Light Fixtures for Freestanding Bathtub and

Who wouldn’t want to enjoy a bath in the company of a stunning landscape view? Placed right near the floor-to-ceiling 3-panel window, the white freestanding tub relishes, facing a panoramic view of the lush greenery, small hills, and trees towering over the house. The rest of the design takes its cues from the surrounding environment as the bathroom pays tribute to the local materials with the incorporation of natural textures. On the side of the tub, for instance, the modern floor lamp assists the tub, providing a warm light. It consists of metal, wood, bamboo, and paper to add an authentic piece. Besides that, the wooden stools and decorative pieces adapt an elementary language to deliver exoticism, while the mid-century-inspired seating team provides the necessary luxury and comfort while you rest your eyes in the tranquillity of nature.

Bathroom Light Fixtures

Bathroom light fixtures are one of the essential elements of bathroom designs as they provide the necessary light to improve the ambiance of the space and encourage the interiors to feel more spacious and open. From wall sconces to ceiling lights, pendants, chandeliers, recessed lights, and floor lamps, bathroom light fixtures come in various forms. Depending on the size and style of your bathroom, you can mix and combine different lighting styles, including mirror backlighting, LED, and spotlights.

Since the bathrooms are equipped with task lighting for make-up application, shaving, and grooming, technically well-lit bathrooms become more significant to prepare for the day. In this blog, we have compiled a list of designs you can pull inspiration from, which offers a wide range of bathroom light fixtures in various styles from rustic to luxury, modern, and more.

Blue Stacked Subway Tile Backsplash with Black Lighting Fixtures and Fluted Wood Cabinet

In this contemporary bathroom design, the light brown and blue intermingles, whose bond feels solidified by matte black fixtures. The wall-mounted black fixture provides a good amount of light, a great choice for task lighting as it feels very direct and it is at the average person’s height. This ultra-modern single light fixture leans against a vertically stacked blue ceramic tile backsplash that emanates cool vibes, contrasted by brown cabinets contributing warm shades to create a balanced look. The fluted door of the cabinet is textually rich, designed to stimulate the senses of its users. Overall, every element complements each other in harmony, looking soothing, sophisticated, and refined.

How Do You Choose a Bathroom Light Fixture?

Illumination of the bathroom is one of the key parts of the bathroom to serve its purpose. Thus, when choosing a bathroom light fixture, there are a couple of things that need to be paid attention to meet the specific needs of each bathroom. First of all, you need to think about the height and size of the space and how much natural light it receives daily. Secondly, you need to check the electricity regulation and IP ratings and consider color temperature. It is recommended for the artificial lighting systems to be true to natural lights and aim for around 50 lumens per square foot to imitate the natural lights.

As for the lighting systems, they are gathered under 3 main categories, which are ambient, accent, and task lighting. Those three compose the basics of the bathroom lighting system. Accent lighting encompasses spotlights, LED lighting, and recessed uplights to accentuate the architectural features of the space such as niche walls. On the other hand, task lighting is necessary for shaving, make-up application, and similar daily routines that require direct lighting. Vanity light fixtures and wall sconces are held responsible for task lighting and are essential for bathrooms to function fully.

Thirdly, ambient lighting contains the pendants, chandeliers, and flush mounts, serving to illuminate the whole space. Though, these lighting fixtures can be given different missions. In other words, they are not given solid roles, which can be reshaped by the homeowners and the way they aim to integrate light. Lastly, another thing you need to be familiar with is layer lighting, which means a combination of these three lighting types. Combining different lighting fixtures that emit warm and cool lights makes the space look more dimensional and helps the distribution of light evenly.

Bathroom Vanity Light Fixtures

Vanity lighting refers to a single bar mount that accommodates multiple lights whose direction can be navigated to customize the illumination in the room. Available in a plethora of styles, sizes, and designs, vanity light fixtures come in various forms. Wall-mounted sconces and pendants do also serve as vanity light fixtures. Depending on the need, a pair of wall sconces can be used to flank the mirror. If you have a double vanity and mirror, you can install a single light fixture between the two mirrors to provide light for both sides.

Secondly, to decide how much light your vanity needs, first check how much natural light your vanity receives. Then you can adjust how many watts your lighting system should feature. You can use dimmer switches as well to control the light depending on your mood and needs.

In aesthetic terms, it is beneficial to coordinate the vanity light fixtures with the rest of the bathroom design to achieve consistency. To do that, you can choose a similar or the same finish. Also, keep in mind that, a vanity light fixture won’t be enough to provide enough lighting for the whole bathroom. You can enrich it with a ceiling-mounted lamp or accent lighting for the bathroom to serve its purpose completely.

Brass Bathroom Light Fixtures for Green Backsplash and Marble Floor

In this modern bathroom, the combination of wood floating vanity and green ceramic subway tile backsplash creates a natural environment, complemented by the natural stone marble hexagon floor tiles. These floor tiles vary in their size to differentiate the shower zone from the rest of the bathroom. Especially, to offer a safer ground and provide more traction underfoot, the shower floor features smaller hexagon tiles. In aesthetic terms, the light-gray striations on the white marble reinforce the natural vibes already present in the existing narrative of the bathroom. To bring a sense of glow, brass armed sconces with white-glass light fixtures add a luxurious element and serve as a translating color from wood to green. Overall, each element is in constant resonance with each other, exuding timelessness thanks to its organic materials and natural shades.

Monochromatic Bathroom Design with Wood Shelf and Brass Pendants

The all-white monochromatic scheme of this modern bathroom imparts a sense of calmness to its users. Though small, with the integration of the right colors and materials, the space seems much larger than it is. First of all, the all-white scheme and frameless oversized mirror enlargen the space visually, while the incorporation of wood floating vanity and golden fixtures keeps everything in equilibrium. The golden touches add a natural spark, accompanying the wood shelf with hidden storage drawers. On the side, the beveled 3-dimensional white backsplash evokes a lot of interest, one way to integrate movement into the space. Though, keeping the main fixtures simpler for a small bathroom, the designers use bold brass pendants to spice up the monochromatic design without decluttering the space.

How to install a bathroom light fixture?

First, start by turning off the power source, removing the bulbs, and pulling the light out of the wall. Before pulling, you can use a utility knife to score around the cap not to remove the paint. Then, you will see the wires exposed; just disconnect the wires from the house power wires. Start with the grounding wire, the bare one without a plastic coating. Or if you spot a green wire, it is generally the grounding one. The next step is the neutral or white wire, which is followed by disconnecting the black one. Make sure to follow this order to break the circuit successfully.

The following step involves removing the old bracket to make a place for the new one. You can use drills to loosen the bracket. Then apply the new one and tighten its screws, and get back to the wires. Again, start with the grounding one and make a small loop with it around the grounding screw. Do the same for the neutral /white wire by simply twisting and braiding them. Repeat it for the black/live wires as well. Place the wire nuts over the wires and make sure that they are secured by twisting them clockwise.

Finally, you are ready to attach the light fixture to the bracket. Attach the shades and bulbs carefully. Turn the power on and enjoy your new light fixture.


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Minimal Bathroom Design with Glass Tube Pendant Lighting Fixtures and Black Floating Basins

This minimal bathroom design articulates a contemporary approach that builds itself on a black monochromatic theme. Starting from the dark floating washbasins to round mirrors and beautiful brassware, each piece creates a harmonious look with each other and makes a statement.
The glass tube pendants tap into the spirit of the mid-century modern, reinterpreting the Edison bulbs in a modern language. The black net-like features act as a wall to house this bathroom corner, while dark wood panels hold the washbasins skillfully, coordinated with the wood flooring to bring the design together.

Bathroom Wall Light Fixtures

Shining track lights, linear lighting fixtures with glass and black-matte shades, armed sconces, two-sided sconces, and more are some of the popularly used bathroom wall light fixtures that provide task lighting. Depending on the style of your room, you can get ones that look chic, elegant, sophisticated, and rustic. In case you want to keep things simple, bright and luminescent bulb bars do the job. For a sleek look, you can use metal sconces with integrated LED lighting that improves the ambiance of the room while illuminating the space generously at the same time.

You can even mount the wall light fixtures on mirrors, so don’t get surprised if you see one as it is already very popular and common practice in bathroom designs. If you want to keep the mirror oversized and don’t want sconces to get in the way, one solution is to mount them on the mirror that will allow the mirror to extend across the wall surface.

Warm Bathroom Design with Wood Double Vanity and Facet Wall Sconces

In this Mediterranean-inspired bathroom, it is hard not to feel the warmness and coziness in the presence of the wood cabinets, brass fixtures, and brown hexagon floor tiles. Enriched with a green plant placed in a terracotta vase, small rugs, and cushioned seating for a make-up setup, the design feels comfort-oriented and luxurious as well. And without a doubt, the facet wall sconces infuse richness into the daily life of the homeowners. Featuring interesting angles, they coordinate well with the hexagon floor tiles and bring a contemporary look. Its heritage brass-finish detailing suits the wood-dominant scheme to reinforce the sense of warmness with a tinge of glow. These light fixtures are also energy-efficient LED wall sconces with a long lifespan, which will keep the bathroom generously illuminated.

How to change the bathroom light fixture?

Since the wiring process is already done for the previous one, changing a bathroom light fixture is an easier job, which you can handle without needing an electrician. Before starting, turn off the power of the room, remove the old bulbs and shades, loosen everything, and get them out of your way. Remove the bracket as well and disconnect the wires, which is the last step to completely disconnect the light fixture from its place.
Then install the new bracket and secure it to the electrical box with supplied screws. Grab a level to make sure that the wall bracket is level.

Once you feel assured that the bracket is secure, reconnect the wires. Start with the grounding wire and make a small loop with it around the grounding screw and tighten it. Then you will see the black wires. Twist the black wires and insert them into a wire nut. Turn it clockwise to prevent it from getting loose. Do the same for the white wires. Place the outer part of the light fixture and secure it. Lastly, attach the shades and bulbs, and turn the light on to check out your new fixture.


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Gray Floating Vanity and White Marble Backsplash for Brass Armed Sconces

The combination of white and dark gray composes a sophisticated look enriched with a white marble backsplash. One of the design’s key characteristics is using marble in two different zones to keep consistency. The backsplash brings a statement and luxurious finish. To complement it, the brass knob of the door, the natural round-shaped rattan rug, and brass arm sconces with white-glass shades add much-needed warmth to the otherwise too-cool design. Lastly, if you would like to enrich the feeling of spaciousness, you can go with a floating vanity to keep the floor level neat as here.

Bathroom Ceiling Lighting Fixtures

Bathroom ceiling lighting fixtures come as flush and semi-flush mounts, chandeliers, and pendants, which can be used to reflect and mimic the mood of a specific era. For example, stellar and globe-shaped lighting fixtures tend to tap into the spirit of the retro and mid-century modern. Glass-subtle pendants and ceramic pendants can be incorporated for a sense of different textures to offer a modern and fresh look.

Pendants are another example of ceiling lighting fixtures, adding movement and dimension to the space. If you have a small bathroom and go with a monochromatic light color palette to expand the space, you can use a pendant or pendants to spice up the design. However, if you want something just opposite, spotlights and recessed uplights illuminate the space beautifully without causing any clutter. They generally populate the perimeters of the ceiling to distribute the lighting equally across the space.

Though not specifically necessary, chandeliers bring a luxurious vibe and entertain the space. Mainly used over the freestanding tubs for a sense of drama, they build extra interest. If you want your lighting fixture to be a statement piece, you can go with wrought-iron cage pendants, teardrop chandeliers, crystal chandeliers, and heritage brass-finish lighting fixtures. Also, for a chandelier, your bathroom needs to be at least 10 feet high.

Bathroom Lighting Fixtures with Black Cage Chandelier and Standalone Bathtub

Looking for a chance to relax and don’t know how to create a spa moment at your home, a standalone tub posing against a light color palette gives what you need. Here, for instance, a white freestanding tub with claw feet occupies a large portion of space, fading into the background of white walls harmoniously. The wrought-iron cage chandelier over the tub brings a striking contrast, building interest and bringing something to enjoy looking at while soaking yourself in the tub. Placed next to the tub, a wooden stool and wicker basket that houses a faux plant complement the overall theme, simulating a natural environment for a sense of freshness.

How high should a bathroom light fixture be?

It is recommended for a bathroom light fixture to be installed as high as 75-80 inches above the floor. Also, keep in mind that the gap between the bottom edge of the fixture and the top of the mirror should be a minimum of 2 inches.


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Chic Modern Farmhouse Bathroom with Brassware and Black Subway Tile Backsplash

This ultra-stylish modern farmhouse bathroom lays its foundation on the white and black contrast softened by wooden and brass touches. Over the wooden vanity, the modern brass and black lighting fixture, though singular, looks doubled, with an optical illusion thanks to the mirror. This lighting fixture matches the other brassware and black details, bringing two textures and finishes together to add depth. The black subway tile backsplash becomes the visual focal point, offering a high contrast to the white-dominant space. A little further, the glass division keeps the shower and vanity sides connected, enhancing the openness.

What is the most flattering lighting for a bathroom?

Flattering lighting is generally accepted as yellow and warm lights which have a color temperature of 2700 Kelvins. To soften the light, you can go with frosted-glass covers and shaded sconces instead of bare bulbs, which will prevent the direct exposition to strong lights. You can also benefit from overhead fixtures that can be angled to give direction to the lights, letting them bounce off the walls not to hit your face directly. It in return allows a more horizontal distribution rather than a vertical one.

Contemporary Bathroom with Marble Basin and Stylish Bathroom Light Fixtures

In contemporary bathroom designs, keeping the whole space monochromatic and sticking to darker shades for a sense of drama exhibit a well-curated modern look, and this bathroom is not an exception. If you want to bring interest, introduce a brighter lighting fixture or a pendant that dangles freely to add an exciting value. Here, for instance, a white globe-shaped pendant lightens up the space with brass detailing. Reminiscent of mid-century vibes, it takes us back in time, exposing us to modern nostalgia.

Modern Bathroom Light Fixtures

Modern bathroom light fixtures feature a sleek and streamlined look. The overall aim of modern light fixtures is to provide efficient use of lighting with LEDs that have a long lifespan and conserve energy without decluttering the space. Floor ceiling lamps, LED lights, LED mirrors, mirror backlighting, spotlights, and accent lighting fall into this category.

Contemporary Bathroom with Niche Wall and Gray Cabinets

Another way to efficiently illuminate a bathroom is to use mirror backlighting that will add extra energy to the space. As contemporary bathrooms love decluttered interiors with efficient use of space, they favor LED mirrors and LED strips installed behind mirrors as here. You can complement mirror backlighting with recessed uplights used in the perimeters of the space. Likewise, you can illuminate the niche wall with accent lighting to create a sense of drama. Complementing the gray flat-front cabinets, a floating basin, and gray floating cabinet, these modern lighting fixtures help build a sophisticated ambiance dominating the space.

Luxury Bathroom Light Fixtures

Luxury bathroom light fixtures are one of the best methods to customize your bathroom design. Though the definition of luxury varies depending on how it is perceived, here we use it to refer to the light fixtures combining different textures, gold plated brass pieces, crystal glass, and handmade pieces with brass and statement finish. To create statement-making corners, you can hang them over the deluxe tubs and use wrap-around marble backsplashes to finalize the luxury look with a sophisticated touch.

Luxury Bathroom Light Fixtures for Black Diamond-cut Bathtub and

In this sophisticated bathroom design, not one but two super luxurious chandeliers dazzle its user. Installed over the black standalone bathtub, they present a pleasant scene to look at while having a bubble bath. Right below, surrounded by the black and brown tiles that reinforce a luxurious and rich look, the diamond-cut modern bathtub ooze opulence. Further, enriching elements starting from velvet floor-to-ceiling curtains to the green seating, golden ware, and floating vanity contribute to the sophisticated atmosphere of the bathroom to spoil its users. Additionally, spotlights and recessed accent lighting also form part of atmospheric lighting to take the luxury to another level.

Can you put any light fixtures in the bathroom?

When choosing a light fixture for your bathroom, there are three main points you have to pay attention to. First, you need to follow the safety regulations, which require getting familiar with the IP rating of each light fitting. The IP rating is what prevents water from getting inside the fixtures and should be chosen accordingly.

The second key detail is to know the bathroom zones numbered from 0 to 3 to indicate how much water is present in each specific zone. Each of these zones has specific IP ratings. For example, zero 0 requires IP 67; Zone 1- IP 67 for fixtures over a shower- bathtub; Zone 2- IP 44 for the perimeters of the area of Zone 1 and sink; Zone 3- no light is required but IP rating should be minimum 20.

After figuring out the most technical part, the rest depends on your personal preferences whether you want pendant lights, wall sconces, or chandeliers to expand your lighting scheme.


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Deluxe Bathroom with Golden Chandelier and Transparent Bathtub

Resting against a giant white marble slab, this reddish transparent resin bathtub design offers a supreme look, adding a touch of color. Overhead, the Mcqueen chandelier becomes the visual focal point, drawing eyes up alongside the marble backsplash. This exclusive lighting fixture consists of handmade butterflies, hammered brass, beautiful flowers, and amazing Swarovski crystals, recapturing an image of spring in golden touches.

Pendant Lamp Bathroom Light Fixtures with Marble and Brassware

This ultra-luxurious bathroom design is clad in brass detailing and marble from top to toe, offering a one-of-a-kind experience for an intense deluxe bathroom experience. Ranging from the full-height mirror enhancing the spaciousness, gold-detailed washbasin, and bathtub, each deluxe piece complements the other. The gold branching on the round mirror symbolizes a sense of gold-spreading, while the accent lighting illuminates the wall niche for a sense of drama. Lastly, the opulent brass and crystal glass 3-tube pendants finalize the super luxurious look.

Rustic Bathroom Light Fixtures

Twig vanity lights, vintage-style shades on driftwood, light bulbs mounted on a wooden piece or barn boards, steampunk light sconces, etc. are some of the most prominent examples of rustic bathroom light fixtures. They generally consist of wood pieces, ropes, light bulbs, and vintage-look shades. If you are looking for a rustic light fixture, you can make them yourself as well by just bringing together light bulbs and wood together. With a bit of imagination, you can even create your version. If you want something both chic and rustic, then you can consider antique brass lighting fixtures that suggest a lived-in feel.


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Rustic Bathroom Light Fixtures with Subway Tile Backsplash and Wood Flooring

Bringing together natural and industrial vibes, this rustic bathroom design plays safe with basic design elements. To start with, the subway tile backsplash and wood-clad shower side create a timeless look that will preserve its relevance in the long term. To give the illusion of a larger bathroom, the blackware, black grout, and black towel holder bring a proportionate contrast. For the lighting system, the linear lighting fixture features a trio of vintage lights mounted on a piece of wood, reflecting an industrial and rustic vibe perfectly.

How big should a light fixture be over a bathroom mirror?

Generally, a light fixture needs to be three-quarters the width of the vanity or in other words, 75 % the width of the mirror. However, if you need one for a double vanity or an oversized mirror, or double mirrors, you can get two smaller light fixtures and align them with the vanity sinks.

Stone Backsplash for White Vessel Sink and Wood Countertop

This rustic bathroom design owes its soothing atmosphere to the natural materials and light shades. At eye level, the white vessel sink is affixed to the wooden countertop secured to the beige stone backsplash delivering a sense of warmth. The backsplash stretches from floor to ceiling to achieve a texture-rich background with staggered edges, imperfections, and inconsistencies. To complement them, a duo of beige pendants with black hardware brings another natural touch. The pendants’ round-shapes coordinate with the circular mirror to retain the integrity within the space.

Small Bathroom Light Fixtures

In small bathrooms, you can use accent lighting, ceiling-mounted lamps, and mirror backlighting that do not take up much space. But only because the bathroom is small doesn’t mean that you can’t go with oversized light fixtures or pendants. On the contrary, they are welcome to add movement to the space. Especially if the main bones of the bathroom such as vanity, shower, and backsplash design are kept simple, you can act bolder and introduce a pop of color with pendants to add dimension.

Scandinavian-inspired Design for Small Bathroom and Pendants

In this small yet comfortable bathroom, the Scandinavian breeze feels very present thanks to the white marble-look tiles and wood panels installed behind the toilet. It feels organic and rich in biophilic forms, which spotlights the functionality and richness of simplicity. To keep it all sleek and clean, black towel holders and black-framed geometric prints bring a punch of contrast that elevates the overall look, while potted plants bring a breath of fresh air into the room. A duo of oversized pendants champions the design, introducing white glass ball fixtures framed in a black round metal form, evoking interest overhead and adding movement to the space.

Should bathroom lights match fixtures?

It is not a must unless you would like to achieve a super-consistent design theme. But feel free to use complementary contrasting elements and experiment with different textures to instill a sense of variety rather than going too monotonic, which might leave you with a non-exciting and boring space that looks “too much in order.” For example, you can combine antique brass faucets while light fixtures feature glowing brass finish and bring in some wood touches or choose mirrors with black frames to build contrast and some depth.

Small Bathroom Light Fixtures for Classic Bathroom Design with Brass Detailing and Terrazzo

Clad in light and warm shades, this cozy bathroom design hooks you at first sight. The beautiful vertically stacked pink ceramic subway tiles with a terrazzo slab installed right above them lead to the vanity zone. The light beige chevron tiles stretch floor to ceiling to designate the vanity area. This white floating vanity paired with brassware and a round-edged mirror beautifies its corner. Brass fixtures add a natural glow that also communicates a sense of luxury. The Parohn wall sconces bring a modern yet classic look, taking us back to the 1930s and 1940s, to the Bauhaus aesthetics. It reinterprets the Bauhaus products in a more luxurious language, turning the Parohn into a timeless product that you can use in hallways, bedsides, and bathrooms to bring a luxurious material that combines different features.

Is warm white or cool white better for bathrooms?

Lighting is one of the most significant details to consider as it changes the ambiance of the bathroom dramatically. But if you are wondering whether warm white or cool white is better, it is a matter of personal preference. If you enjoy yellow warm shades that tolerate the tiny flaws within the space and provide a soft ambiance prevailing over the bathroom, you will probably feel more comfortable with warm white lighting. Warm white lights range from 3000 to 4000 Kelvins and are often used with pendant lights.

As for cool white, it makes the interior space more bright and feels very direct in its function, showing every small detail. That’s why it is generally preferred for task lighting. If you need a light for your make-up routines, then cool white will provide better light for you. It is generally used for spotlights and LED lighting, and thus also be used as atmospheric lighting as well.

You can combine both and achieve various lighting effects by using 2 or 3 different lighting fixtures. For example, you can choose ceiling-pendant lights as warm white and complement them with wall sconces featuring cool white, which are great for task lighting.

Contemporary Bathroom with Minimalist Design and Mirror Bathroom Light Fixtures

Bathroom mirror backlighting is one of the lighting methods if you favor accent and atmospheric lighting. Here, for example, behind-mirror LED strip lights bring a unique aesthetic value that warms up the interior immediately and directly starts a dialogue with the surrounding wooden textures. It feels modern and elegant, accentuating the mirror as well. Complementing this beautiful light fixture is the concrete washbasin and wood floating shelf with hidden drawers that makes efficient use of space. Overall, the bathroom captures a timeless look, exposing us to refined and elegant architecture and instilling a sense of peacefulness.

How many lights do I need in my bathroom?

How many lights you need in a bathroom mainly depends on the size of the bathroom. It is recommended to use at least one watt of incandescent light for every square of your room. Consider the different parts of the bathroom. If you have a big bathroom, you might need two overhead light fixtures, one is closer to the shower side, while the other one is near the vanity. You can also support any lighting fixture with accent lighting, LED mirrors, and recessed lighting to imbue the space with a sense of drama and create a better atmosphere. Apart from those, you can also get dimmer switches, which are another great addition to controlling the light and helping conserve energy.

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