Bathroom Remodeling | The Best Lighting Fixtures
Bathroom remodeling projects have been taking off in the past few years — today the bathroom’s design is just as important as the kitchen’s, making bathrooms with a universal appeal in design and aesthetics more in demand than ever. And that includes lighting. Younger homeowners might like the vibe and ambience of colored LEDs in the shower and tub, while aging homeowners might need more light to make their space work.
Lighting your shower elevates your showering experience to more than just the basic scrub and ensures safety in a wet environment. You should include at least one light (or more depending on the size of your shower) and include a fixture that is appropriate for wet locations, for obvious safety reasons.
- Uplighting illuminates the recessed cove.
- Natural light pours through the window in the shower.
- Lighter colors on the walls and flooring help reflect light. Make sure to select a floor tile or material that is nonslip or honed to reduce the chances of slips and falls.
- The darker vanity and shower seat contrast with the light materials for visual cueing.
- Wall sconces even out the overall lighting and decrease shadows at the mirror.
Although there is no downlighting visible in this photo, the overall illumination of this space is well balanced. – Houzz
Interested in bathroom remodeling? Contact Medina Exteriors today, (330)591-4040