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Marble Countertop with Under-mount Sinks and Gray Backsplash

In this contemporary bathroom, gray large-format square tiles sheathe the entire room. They set a sophisticated, versatile, and moody atmosphere. By contrast, the multi-colored marble-carved benchtop becomes the showstopper effortlessly. It adds an upscale edge, while its dramatic veining introduces undulating forms and splashes of color. The brushed gold tapware coordinates with a duo of white glass globular shades placed on gold plates. Mounted between the frameless mirrors, they contribute to the high-end design aesthetic of the room.

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Industrial Bathroom with Square Tile Backsplash and Bar Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

Grout color between the backsplash tiles can create a drastic difference- as showcased by this industrial-contemporary bathroom. Here, the white ceramic square tile backsplash brings contrast with black grout that further accentuates the patterns. The black countertop, black bar wall sconce, and speckled-finish concrete floor continue to bring an industrial edge. The wood floating vanity, by contrast, registers warmth to downplay the white-and-black color scheme.

Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

A good lighting system is a must in bathrooms for self-grooming, make-up applications, shaving, hair styling, and bathing. Whether you go with wall sconces, chandeliers, pendants, or mirror backlighting, you need to illuminate the vanity area and provide it with task lighting. In other words, bathroom vanity lighting fixtures are key to providing you with a safe and efficient grooming space.

And choosing a bathroom vanity lighting fixture can be tricky. From light color and temperatures to style, functionality, size, and number, there are many factors to consider when choosing bathroom vanity lighting fixtures. In this round-out, we walk you through a wide range of bathroom vanity lighting designs available in different shapes and finishes. Take a closer look at them to get a better idea and inspiration for your next bathroom renovation project.

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Sophisticated Contemporary Bathroom with Brass Fixtures and Marble Countertops

This ultra-sophisticated contemporary bathroom makes a statement with its marble countertop and backsplash, both of which bring a subtle shade of color. The black accents and gold fixtures add contrast and warmth, respectively. A duo of wall sconces punctuates the background. Their white glass globe shades supported by antique brass hardware make them look like a pair of pearl earrings, adding a luxurious detail.

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Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures with Wood Vanity and Vessel Sinks

This Scandinavian bathroom design uses curvy and soft forms in abundance to create a heightened aesthetic vibe that wraps around the entire room. From the round vessel sinks, the lighting fixture, and mirrors, many elements collaborate to break up the rectilinear forms. The lighting fixture mounted between the oval mirrors is shared by the couples/siblings who use the sink simultaneously. This way, a sense of intimacy is built. In the rest of the design, the wood vanity and brass tapware bring warmth. And the white kit kat tile backsplash along with the speckled finish gray backsplash create an eye-catching background. Together, they serve as the visual focal point of the bathroom. If you want to add depth to the background, you can two types of backsplashes. This way, you draw all attention to the back. It, in turn, adds further depth- as showcased by this bathroom.

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Contemporary Marble Bathroom with Floating Vanity and Antique Finish Hardware

The overarching design narrative of this contemporary bathroom is built upon the stunning white marble. And it proves one more time that dedicating the entire design to almost a single element pays off well. Here, white marble is used to clad the walls, floors, and benchtops. And further enriching elements are the fluted wood design attached to the marble benchtop to create an eye-striking floating vanity. The lighting fixture is like a miniature form of the oval mirror. Together they create a symmetry of sorts. And the rest feels complete with antique finish hardware that adds more solid elements to strengthen all-the marble look.

Materials and Finish Options for Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

Chrome, nickel, stainless steel, bronze, copper, and brass are some of the most popular material options for bathroom vanity lighting fixtures. You can create any look with them whether you want something shiny, antique, warm, or modern. With a wide range of finish options (polished, antique, brushed, etc.), you can, again, navigate how they look. For example, antique brass finish options, unlike polished ones, bring in an aged feel. For super modern looks, polishes chrome provides a great option. In the country looks, copper and bronze can replace steel and chrome.

Chrome Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

Chrome lighting fixtures are one of the most popular vanity lighting fixture materials. Especially their polished versions are great at giving the bathroom an instant modern update. You can pair them with dark wood and black vanities to add a touch of glam and contribute to the luxury feel of the design.

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Chrome Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures with Blue Shaker Vanity and Kit Kat Tile Backsplash

This modern bathroom juxtaposes muted blue double shaker vanity with brown tiles that form an eye-catching harmony. By contrast, the top half is kept monochromatic and white. From the benchtop to the vessel sinks, medicine cabinets, and kit kat tile backsplash, everything blends with each other. Plus, the white grout between the finger tiles furthers the brightness and lightness of the backdrop. As for the lighting fixtures, they coordinate with the tapware thanks to their shared material- chrome- that brings opulence.

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Marble Herringbone Backsplash and White Basin with Oval Mirror

This transitional bathroom plays quite minimalist by sticking to a full-height backsplash and a white basin. The white marble herringbone tile backsplash stretches from floor to ceiling for a cohesive look. The adjacent wall comes in light muted blue, adding a subtle hint of color while instilling serenity. This genteel and calm atmosphere of the bathroom also finds expression in the brushed chrome lighting fixtures. They flank the frameless oval mirror that melts into the backdrop, puncturing the design.

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Transitional Bathroom with Marble Herringbone Floor and White Vanity

The white-and-gray color scheme sets the tone of this transitional bathroom, injecting tranquility into the space. Centered around a gray subway tile backsplash that wraps around the room, the bathroom ensures a neutral setup. And it uses a white floating vanity topped by a white countertop and vessel sink to brighten it up. The gloss finish on the ceramic tiles also supports this brightness, while brushed chrome sconces downplay the gloss. On the floor, the marble herringbone flooring generates a sense of movement to energize the design.

Nickel Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

If you are looking for something that is not as sleek as chrome, you can consider nickel. It has a way to fit in the country, industrial, beach -style, and transitional bathrooms. You can pair nickel fixtures with black, blue, and dark vanities.

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Nickel Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures with Black Backsplash and Black Vanity

Here, the white glass is supported by a nickel frame that puts the wall sconce into dialogue with the gray-and-black dominant color palette. The black backsplash with black vanity blends harmoniously, while the off-white walls give the sink zone a better definition.

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Brushed Nickel Hardware with Dark Vanity and Marble Floor

In this transitional bathroom, the brushed nickel vanity lights point down for task lighting. Below, the dark vanity poses against the white backdrop, building contrast. Its brushed nickel hardware coordinates with the vanity lights. On the floor, the marble floor helps create an upscale feel.

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Blue Vanity with Nickel Hardware and Vanity Lights

This transitional bathroom showcases the eye-catching harmony between the blue vanity and nickel hardware. While the blue vanity imparts serenity and a beachy atmosphere to the room, the nickel vanity lights with double heads solidify the coastal vibes of the blue.

Brass Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

Do you want to fuse your bathroom design with warmth? The brass lighting fixtures are the route to go. For a cohesive look, you can also use brass for cabinet hardware and tapware. This way, you form a dialogue between the different fixtures of the design. And the warmth channeled by them creates an intimate ambiance, which you can support with warm white lighting.

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Shiplap Walls with Marble Countertop and Brass Bathroom Lighting Vanity Fixtures

In this transitional bathroom, the whitewashed shiplap walls introduce a country flair. The marble countertop and dark floating vanity stylize it with striking contrast. The brass mirror frame and wall sconces form an intimate dialogue with brass cabinet pulls, warming up the design.

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Pink Subway Tile Backsplash with Gold Hardware and Vessel Sink

Have you ever considered combining pink with gold? Well, after seeing this contemporary bathroom design, you certainly will. Here, the muted pink subway tile backsplash stretches from floor to ceiling, wrapping around the entire room for visual coherence. The dark floating vanity tinged with gold touches deepens the aesthetic mood of the design. The white vessel sink and freestanding bathtub synchronize harmoniously, and an indoor plant adds a breath of freshness.

What type of lighting is best for bathroom vanity?

Choose a lighting fixture that diffuses cool lighting for the vanity, which is better for task lighting. And bulbs can be within the range of 2700 and 3000 K. However, if your bathroom has a skylight or windows that provide enough natural light, make the vanity placement accordingly. Natural light is the best light to apply make-up or for self-grooming in general terms. And lastly, if you don’t want fixtures, LED- mirrors could be a great substitute for vanity lights.

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Contemporary Bathroom with White Vanity and Brass Wall Sconce

Even if you go with a monochromatic and soothing color scheme, you can always enrich it with a dash of glam. This contemporary bathroom, for example, employs a white vanity topped by a thick marble countertop. And it goes a brass wall sconce that pops against the white backdrop to complement them.

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Luxurious Bathroom Design with Brass Hardware and Wood Accents

From slatted wood features to gold hardware, wood floor coating, and solid stone vanity, each element speaks volumes of luxury. They give birth to a well-balanced look that feels both organic and luxurious. Mirrors and glass divisions play with the scale of the bathroom, creating optical illusions.

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

The best way to determine the size of a light fixture is to measure your vanity and choose a fixture around three -quarters of it. Or you can use your mirror size as a cue and get a vanity light that is a third of the mirror width.

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Geometric Tile Backsplash and Brass Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures with White Vanity

This contemporary bathroom manages to create a crowded yet non-overwhelming visual scheme. Its maze-like look mainly derives from the geometric patterned tiles. In contrast to white and black touches, the brass strips on the wall and brass wall sconces make the design more approachable. The white vanity gives the design a visual break.

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Antique Brass Wall Sconces with Black Hardware and Light Wood Vanity

This transitional bathroom prides itself on its wicker baskets and antique brass wall sconces that give it a country flair. By contrast, the chevron floor tiles modernize the space instantly. Yet, the light earthy palette of the chevron tiles keeps the tiles in line with the rest of the aesthetic design. The light wood vanity with black hardware also supports this sense of earthliness without compromising the modern vibes of the bathroom.

Bronze Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

Bronze is another lighting fixture material to add a sense of warmth while still feeling chic. Since bronze fixtures are also considered neutral, they can suit any color and design scheme. And if you prefer an aged look for a country bathroom, oil rubbed bronze vanity light feels warm and inviting.

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Bronze Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures with White FLoating Vanity and Red Tile Backsplash

The gray color scheme is broken up with the red tile backsplash in this contemporary bathroom. The vertically stacked subway tiles not only elongate the space but also adds a splash of color, designating the sink zone. The white floating vanity brightens this red backsplash, while the bronze pendant warms it up. The blue accessories and mirror frame emphasize the contemporary character of the bathroom.

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Contemporary Bathroom with Cream Floating Vanity and Blue Herringbone Floor Tiles

When you have high ceilings just like this bathroom has, go with clustered pendants. Here, for example, the dropped-down lighting fixture by the sink adds depth to the space, the high ceiling, and the clerestory windows. Dropped down near the mirror-lined walls, it doubles itself through reflection, creating an optical illusion. In the rest of the space, the all-white walls of this contemporary bathroom relax its users right away. The cream floating vanity with blue herringbone floor tiles takes this peacefulness to the next level. The large format of the herringbone patterns creates an eye-catching design. And their soft color shifts and stain-look discolorations add a lived-in feel.

Should bathroom vanity lights face up or down?

It could be both ways. But it mainly depends on for what purpose you aim to use the vanity lights. For example, if you want to provide task lighting, make them face down. And for ambient lighting, it is better to keep bathroom vanity lights facing up.

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Dark Floating Vanity with White Countertop and Marble Tiles

The combination of dark wood vanity and white countertop is offset with light brownish marble tile backsplash and floor coating. To complement them, chrome hardware adds a modern and luxurious vibe. And stick-like pendants pop against the frameless mirrors.

Black Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

To make a statement, black bathroom vanity lights are one of the best. Even if the bathroom has a neutral and white-dominant design, you can make it pop with black vanity lights. This approach is especially favored by contemporary and modern bathrooms. They get black pendants in geometric forms to create an intriguing design. Likewise, in transitional bathroom designs, black fixtures are used to modernize the space.

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Black Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures and Curved Vanity with Vessel Sink

This cozy bathroom design strikes its users at first sight with its contrasting color scheme. The black curved vanity, round mirror, and oval lighting fixtures soften this black-and-white coordination while orchestrating an undulating rhythm for the look. On the floor, the rows of black and white small tiles further the balanced design aesthetic. And the pink flowers add a splash of color.

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All-Black Modern Bathroom with Black Herringbone Tile Backsplash and Vessel Sink

All-black monochromatic color schemes are welcome in bathroom designs, creating elegant and dramatic looks- as proven by this modern bathroom. Here, the designers, though going with an all-black color scheme, prevent the design from looking monotonic with exciting patterns and materials. For example, in the background, the herringbone tiles clad the far wall to add a sense of movement. The vessel sink, round mirror, and rounded pendants of various sizes break up the regularity of rectilinear forms. The wall-mounted copper tapware and brown towels slightly offset the black color scheme. The white veins on the square tiles also enrich the overall look.

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Marble Backsplash with Blue Floating Vanity and Black Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

This light-filled contemporary bathroom oozes elegance with its Carrara marble that wraps around the room. Used both as a backsplash and floor coating, it delivers sophistication. The blue floating vanity whose feet are swept off from the floor enjoys the marble coating, matching its subtle blue veining. The black pendants and vessel sink bring a sense of contrast. If you also want to add more interest with lighting fixtures, instead of wall sconces and spotlights, you can go with pendants. Since this bathroom is already sleek and clutter-free, a few intriguing touches serve the room well aesthetically.

Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixture Shapes

From bar to cage, globe, shaded, and tube, bathroom vanity lighting fixtures are available in various shapes. As such, they allow you to establish a wide range of looks and add character to your vanity. Now let’s take a closer look at them.

Bar Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

Bar vanity lights are comprised of a long and linear shade. It is both classic and modern and adjustable to many different bathroom looks. If you wish you can install them horizontally above the mirror. Or you can mount a duo of them vertically to flank the mirror.

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Contemporary Bathroom with Wood Vanity and White Benchtop

If you have an oversized mirror, you can benefit from linear bar lighting fixtures to provide better task lighting- as displayed by this bathroom. Here, one of those linear and contemporary bar fixtures is centered above the island, creating a cozy atmosphere. And it harmoniously assists the wood vanity topped by a white benchtop.

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Contemporary Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures with Black Countertop and Under-mount Sink

All-white walls of this contemporary bathroom are colored with a wood vanity, black benchtop, and a black marble backsplash by the shower side. This way, the bathroom gains depth and dimension. On the other side, the round mirror and bar lighting fixture introduce contrasting geometric forms that bring different design notes to the room.

Cage Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

Looking for an industrial, beach-style, or farmhouse feel? Then cage vanity lights provide an excellent vibe for your bathroom. By combining them with wood vanities and reclaimed accessories, you can even go for a rustic design. Also, with some modern touches, you can combine them with old and new, creating a transitional bathroom.

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Cage Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures with Subway Tile Backsplash and Wood Countertop

You don’t only make statements with pieces of furniture; wall designs can speak volumes on your behalf of you as well. In this beach-style bathroom, for example, the blue-washed beadboard panels embellish the top half of the space. The rest of the walls feature a white ceramic subway tile backsplash laid in a running-bond style. The wood floating vanity and gold fixtures inject a healthy dose of warmth. The jar wall sconces add a sense of nostalgia, bringing a country flair. On the floor, a horizontally lined runner provides comfort and texture underfoot.

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White Countertop with Drop-in Sinks and Wood Vanity

Nestled under the sloping ceiling, the wood vanity feels settled, enjoying this cozy corner. With the vanity, the wood ceiling beams and the wood mirror frame establish a cohesive look. The brown-painted walls with grayish undertones bring more warmth. And on the floor, the Mediterranean-inspired tiles provide an authentic vibe. Since the tiles are used in large format, the patterns also feel more expanded, thus don’t lead to any crowded look. A painting and a duo of cage pendants overhanging the mirror punctuate the otherwise too-blank walls. Lastly, drop-in sinks come as an eye-catching detail, tapping into the spirit of traditional designs.

Globe Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

Globe vanity lights are particularly perfect for modern and contemporary bathrooms. They enclose the lamp beautifully. While some are made of clear and translucent glass, some are frosted or white glass. In other words, they feature a wide range of looks. You can also play with the material of its hardware. Especially the ones with brass hardware bring in warmth and coziness.

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Globe Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures with Wood Floating Vanity and Gold Accents

Here, what welcomes its users is a sleek wood floating vanity with a floor-to-ceiling ceramic kit kat tile backsplash. This white background gives a modern spin while creating a texture-rich background simultaneously. The gold tapware and globe-shaped gold wall sconces are put into dialogue to emit warmth with the wood vanity. The final product is calm and approachable, charging its users with positive vibes.

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Gray Floating Vanity with Gray Quartz Countertop and Oversized Mirror

For relatively small bathrooms like this one, oversized mirrors can play with and enlarge the scale of the interiors. And here, the mirror reaching up to the ceiling makes the room feel larger. Plus, the fact that it is frameless expands the optical illusion it creates, as it is devoid of any frame or contour that confines it. In the rest of the design, the bathroom presents a monochromatic look. The gray floor and wall design with a gray quartz countertop and floating vanity blend harmoniously. The white cabinet pull and white glass globe wall sconce pop, breaking up the monotonic scheme.

Should bathrooms have warm or cool lighting?

Warm cool lighting is recommended by experts. The cool lights range from 3100 K to 4500 K. But why not have both? You can layer your bathroom with warm and cool lighting. This way, you build depth and dimension within the bathroom and use different temperatures of lighting for different purposes. Yet it is important to make sure that they complete each other without causing eyesores.

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Small Bathroom with Subway Tile Backsplash and Wall-Mounted Basin Sink

Wall-mounted basin sinks- like this one- serve small bathrooms best. First, they are cute. Secondly, they don’t take up much space, ensuring the floor level is airy. And here, we have a perfect example of it- one that comes with an antique finish gold fitting. The gold fixtures of the design, including the wall sconce, emanate warmth, constituting a bonus charm. And it especially works well with discolored-looking subway tile backsplash. These salmon-ish vertically stacked tiles also give the bathroom extra height.

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Scandinavian Design with Ribbed Wood Vanity and Mermaid Tile Backsplash

Bathroom vanity light fixtures don’t need to be wall-mounted. This Scandinavian bathroom, for example, goes with a globe-shaped pendant with gold hardware. It is paired with a brass tap and a ribbed wood vanity that sets its feet on the ground. In the background, the marble mermaid tile backsplash sheathes the wall from floor to window. The color fluctuations on the mermaid tiles create a more natural look rather than a monotonic color scheme. For one final touch, the gray large format tiles used on the floor expand the floor way, supporting the neutral yet warm atmosphere of the bathroom.

Shaded Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

Shaded bathroom fixtures have a homey vibe and a classical feel. You can combine them with bespoke and antique  wood vanities and some vintage elements. The shaded  fixtures are availlable in metal,  glass, and fabric materials. Though the fabric ones are not very suitable for wet areas  like bathrooms, you can still find the ones that are suitable  for damp areas. 

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Beach-Style Design with Gray Vanity and Shaded Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

This beach-style bathroom is defined by calm design elements and a neutral color palette. This way, it restores itself to the relaxed vacation and beach-style ambiance. First, the gray double vanity topped by a marble countertop delivers sophistication. The book-matching backsplash extends up to 6-8 inches or so, encountering gray wainscoting right above. Punctuated by a trio of shaded wall sconces, this wall design installs a classical homey feel. The freestanding tub and walk-through shower offer the best of both worlds: soaking yourself in a bubble bath and taking a relaxing shower.

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Wood Vanity with White Herringbone Tile Backsplash and Concrete Floor Finish

The beadboard panel wood floating vanity, herringbone tile backsplash, and speckled-finish concrete floor! Not to mention the stunning marble benchtop with beautiful veining. Each design element fosters a lively and vibrant ambiance to give the interior movement. The black pulls, black tapware, and a shaded wall sconce bring bonus interest, puncturing the design.

Should the vanity light be centered over the sink?

The human eye seeks symmetry and balance. That’s why it would be better to keep the lighting fixture centered over the sink. This way, the light is also shared equally by the two edges of the vanity.

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Gray Marble Backsplash and Countertops with Wood Vanities

Here, the shaded brass lighting fixture makes a statement between two upper mirrored cabinets, while this contemporary bathroom design prides itself on gray marble. Used as a backsplash and countertops, it is complemented with gray floor sheathing as well. This calm aesthetic achieved with grays gains another dimension with warming wood cabinets. And the wood vanities build upon it with warmth. In the rest, the gold tapware and gold inlays of the vanities add a touch of glamour.

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Traditional Bathroom with Cream Vanity and Blue Shaded Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

The blue-patterned shaded wall sconces almost feel camouflaged, fading into the background. The top half of the space sheathed in busy-pattern wallpaper not only makes a statement but also swallows the wall sconces for the sake of cohesion. Below, the white subway tile backsplash and cream shaker floating vanity bring a calming contrast. The open cabinet shelves, chrome hardware, and exposed boxes with indoor plants curate random purposefulness to bring the design to life.

Should all bathroom light fixtures match?

To achieve a cohesive and visually consistent scheme, it would be better for bathroom light fixtures to match. Especially if you are going to use a duo of wall sconces to flank the mirror, matching light fixtures make the space look stylish. But to support the sconces, you can use spotlights, LED strip lighting, and ceiling lamps. Chandeliers are also popular, overhanging the freestanding bathtub. In other words, you can benefit from light fixtures to create diversity and cohesiveness. All that you need to pay attention to is to achieve a sense of balance.

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Dark Wood Vanity with Gray Countertop and Chrome Hardware

This beach-style bathroom, unlike its counterparts with a soothing design, features a more dramatic look. For example, the dark wood floating vanity topped by a gray solid stone countertop injects solidity. The wainscoting wall feature with dark shaded wall sconces gives the space a classical feel. The black floor tiles and chrome hardware finalize the overall look with more contrast and glow.

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Gray Porcelain Tile Backsplash with Black Vanity and Vessel Sinks

Black is the protagonist of this contemporary bathroom design without a doubt. Introduced by a floating vanity, vessel sinks, benchtop, and mirror hardware, the shades of black create a cohesive look. The floating vanity with a beadboard panel also brings in some texture. On the floor, discolored-looking gray herringbone tiles with sandy undertones bring a sense of earthliness. The smoked glass lighting fixtures accentuate the gray porcelain tile backsplash. Additionally, the light veins on the porcelain tiles give them an extra charm that natural stones feature.

Tube Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures

Sleek and clean, tube vanity lights look like futuristic versions of bar lighting fixtures. You can easily make a visual statement with them without making it feel over the top. Clustered matte extruded tubes of LEDs could also make an interesting addition to your bathroom fixture repertoire. You don’t need to mount them on the wall all the time. You can mount them on the ceiling and let them drop down by the sink to offer task lighting.

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Tube Shaped Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures and Marble Benchtop with Gray Vanity

This transitional bathroom is centered around white marble herringbone tiles. Stretching from floor to ceiling and featuring feathering veining, they ooze elegance. The marble benchtop and gray vanity echo the overall color scheme that is light and sophisticated. Adding to that are also chrome cabinet pulls and chrome hardware that complements the tube-shaped lighting fixture and mirror designs for a cohesive look. And if you want to add color and spice the look up, bring in flowers or plants. They could be either alive or synthetic. Both do the job for you, bringing freshness.

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Wood Floating Vanity with Beadboard Panels and Subway Tile Backsplash

The juxtaposition of white and wood shades with curvy forms results in a very basic yet intriguing design. From the wood floating vanity to whitewashed beadboard panels, and white subway tile backsplash, each piece ensures the timelessness of the design. The arched shape of the mirror and the curved edge of the white countertop introduce asymmetry to build extra interest. On the floor, the dark blue and white patterned tiles create another focal point. The tube-shaped lighting fixtures sandwich the mirror, adding tiny gestures to the wall.

What is the most popular color for bathroom fixtures?

Shiny chrome is the most popular color for bathroom fixtures. It suits transitional, traditional, and contemporary bathroom designs, which makes them versatile. But they are considered best in modern designs to give the bathroom a quick modern update. Yet the disadvantage of polished chrome fixtures is that they are prone to staining easily. If it is something you want to avoid, brushed finish fixtures are the route to go. They conceal fingerprints and watermarks. In addition to them, black, gold, bronze, and copper are also preferred for their aesthetic values. Especially antique brass finishes can compete with shiny chrome. They are warm, looking aged, and exposing their users to nostalgia.

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Green Stacked Tile Backsplash with Wood Vanity and White Benchtop

Here, a single tube-shaped lighting fixture provides task lighting for a wood-floating vanity and a duo of frameless mirrors. It is simple yet interesting, pairing perfectly with the green ceramic subway stacked tile backsplash. These subway tiles used throughout the room come in alternating shades not to look too matchy-matchy. The white benchtop and a duo of vessel sink with black tapware enrich the overall design aesthetic.

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Bathroom Vanity Lighting Fixtures with Gray Finger Tile Backsplash and Blue Vanity

This soothing bathroom design owes its calmness to the gray finger tile backsplash that reaches up to the ceiling and the muted blue vanity. The use of floating vanity with open cabinet shelves keeps the floor level airy. The black tapware and the barely-there black frame of the mirror punctuate the design. The mid-century-inspired lighting fixture furthers the calm aesthetic of the bathroom.

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