Tired of cringing at your out-of-date vanity
light? Brighten your morning routine with new bathroom lighting. Choose from a variety of styles. Looking for
a wall sconce? Check. Recessed shower light? Check. Three-, four-, five-light vanity light?
Check. Check. Check. But how does this all work together? The mirror is the focal point of any bathroom,
so start there. Place a vanity light 75 to 80 inches from the floor. Then add wall sconces
66 inches from the floor. Now your mirror is lit evenly from all sides. Perfect for applying makeup, flossing or shaving. For extra lighting in the shower, or water
closet, a shower trim recessed light is a good choice. It’s sealed, wet-rated and
ready to go. If you have a bathroom the size of a house,
you can use almost any type of lighting that suits your fancy. Just be sure any bath lighting fixtures that
come in contact with water are wet-rated. Safety first! Now let’s take talk style. Let your existing
bathroom finishes be your guide. Match lighting fixtures to the sink faucet or the showerhead
(include this if visuals need verbal support or if time allows). Or, if you don’t want to match this and
that, grab a lighting collection and you’re done. That’s it. Now you can enjoy a well-lit
bathroom.

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