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Bathroom designs are becoming more luxurious all the time. No longer are bathrooms simply functional, but they have become personal retreats. Along with this trend, design choices have literally exploded. Every detail in your bathroom requires a decision, and by the time you're finished, it can be exhausting.
This is also true in the area of bathroom lighting. Gone are the days of a single fixture in the middle of the ceiling. In an attempt to make your bathroom lighting decisions a little easier, here are a list of things you should always do, and a few things you shouldn’t.
Always use a ceiling fixture for general lighting - Even though the old-fashioned ceiling fixture is no longer the only source of light in most bathrooms, it is still important. It provides general lighting for the entire room and also serves an important safety function by lighting up the floor and allowing safe access.
Never use a recessed light fixture above the vanity mirror - A single light shining down from overhead will create all kinds of shadows on your face, making it difficult to do anything right in terms of makeup or hairstyling.
If you keep this list of things to always and never do in mind, you should be able to put together safe, efficient and effective lighting for your home bathroom.
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