Bath and Vanity Lighting Fixtures, Contemporary Vanity Lighting, Bathroom Lighting
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Bathroom lighting can sometimes pose a problem, depending on the size and shape of the room. Half bathrooms, for example, consist of a toilet and a tiny sink. They are often very small with little to no wall space on which to hang a light. If wiring allows for a flush mount ceiling light, then there is no problem, but that is not often the case. Half bathrooms are sometimes renovated from closets, alcoves, or space under the stairs in a basement. There are options for overcoming the challenges of lighting.
Wall sconces can be small in design and still provide enough light. Some styles are thin and can hold more than one bulb. A bright color or a metal finish may be best to add some style to the small space. There are also designs that can extend out from a wall plate and direct adequate light. Strip Bath Bars are also a possibility. They are simple and elegant and can be used at the sides of mirrors or medicine cabinets. Like sconces, there are some designs that include tiers to provide maximum light using minimal space. Hinkley lighting, for example, has over 90 years experience in the lighting industry and manufacturers Bathroom Lighting. Collections include transitional and modern styles of strip bars and sconces. Kichler lighting, another manufacturer, makes mini sconces and under cabinet lights that would work well in smaller bathrooms. Collections feature finishes such as weathered bronze, chocolate caramel, and brushed steel.
Justice Design also manufacturers small sconces and bar lighting that is suitable for the bathroom. They focus on handcrafted ceramic lighting, with collections that include Fusion, Alabaster Rocks!, and Lumen Aria. There are many more manufacturers that also have styles and designs that can help with bathroom lighting challenges. The best way to get ideas and decide on a style is to utilize the internet. Physical stores lack the space to display a wide variety of lighting, so it can be difficult to find solutions that meet the needs, the decor, and the budget. Websites can showcase thousands of options and can offer discounted pricing due to volume business. Customers can compare styles, pricing, and manufacturers in one place.