ggrd Wall Sconces May 01st, 2018 - 14:31:42
Bathroom Lighting Tips - Using Wall Sconces to Enhance Your Bathroom. A house will not function without a bathroom, and this this exactly why this room needs to have the same attention as the rest of the house is getting during decoration and re-decoration. What is puzzling though is that usually homeowners make it less of a priority. It is one of the smallest rooms in the house, yet one of the most frequently used, which means it is one with the highest traffic in the house.
These are wall mounted light fixtures that can give an ambient lighting as well as accent lighting with ease. They can easily complement any home light accessory including ceiling chandeliers or table and floor lamps, and due to the fact that they are reversible (they can be turned upwards or downwards), they are very versatile and flexible.
A tiny, very modernistic bathroom has a long vanity with two sinks whose top is made of what looks like plexiglas. Above it hangs a simple, frameless round mirror. The wall sconces are actually on the adjacent wall and look like two portholes, one placed right above the other. In a large bathroom, a gorgeous vanity has beautiful, teak wood drawers and cabinets beneath and a top made out of gray and white Botticino classico marble. Two mirrors, also framed in teak, are mounted above two sinks. Between the two mirrors is a wall sconce that drips with crystal chains, balls and almonds like a tiny, three armed chandelier.
Knowing the fact that some bathroom wall sconces are reversible, you will be able to turn them upside down should their light annoy your or if you need a strong light focused on a particular surface. You will get quite a strong illumination if you focus both light fixtures on one tight spot.