Layering Light in the Bath
In days gone by, bathrooms were often rooms that had only one central overhead light shining down from the ceiling. Because bathrooms are typically not overly large (compared to other rooms in the home), they sometimes get short-changed in the number of lights allotted them.
Try these layering options
Flush ceiling mounts are still an ideal choice, especially if installed with a dimming option.
DECORATIVE SCONCES & BATH BARS
Above the sink, decorative wall sconce lighting fixtures are popular and are available in a variety of sizes (2-light, 3-light, etc.). Single-light sconces on either side of the mirror help to even out task lighting in this area, as well as to accent other areas of the bathroom.
Mini-pendants are even gaining popularity as an alternate option of side-mirror lighting, and can be used above the bathtub for a dramatic effect.
The bathroom lighting in the photo above is from our featured manufacturer Hinkley Lighting.