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About Bathroom Vanity Lights

The bar for vanity lighting continues to rise! Every year, more and more attention is paid to bathroom design, resulting in the development of some of the most beautiful bathrooms ever. Our expectations for trendy bathroom design are rising, and as with most interior design projects, lighting is crucial to a good outcome. The need for good ambient light (general fill-in lighting) and ample task lighting must be balanced in good bathroom vanity lighting (lighting for hair, makeup, shaving, etc.) Vanity light strips that hang over the mirror are also a mainstay of a good bathroom lighting scheme.

And here's some good news: replacing the original vanity bath bar with some new unique vanity lighting is one of the fastest, simplest, and most cost-effective ways to upgrade a bathroom. Since these bath lights are the room's general focal point and difficult to overlook, you'll get full credit for the upgrade, and everybody would note the improvement. There's no need to look any further for the best Bathroom Vanity Lights, both in terms of efficiency and design. Shades of Light has put together a series of one-of-a-kind bathroom lighting to help you stand out.

Vanity Lighting Buying Guide

Bathrooms have a bad image in the household, but they play an essential role in our daily lives; they are the first room we visit when we wake up and the last room we visit before going to sleep. Having a functional, dependable, and practical bathroom is a must, but it is a dream for many people. However, it does not have to be as difficult as it seems.

Plug-in vanity lighting is perfect for a dingy or neglected bathroom. Bathroom vanity light fixtures add style and ambiance to your space and serve a practical purpose. The difference between leaving the house with wrinkles on your shirt and being able to leave without wrinkles on your shirt is the right vanity light.

This guide will explain how to choose the right size vanity lamp, what kind of vanity lighting you should consider, some knowledge about the Color temperatures, and even what to know about the number of lumens in the bulbs you end up selecting.

There are several options available to choose from among vanity lighting. So let us discuss vanity lights.

There are three types of vanity lighting:

  1.   Horizontal Vanity Light

These lights can be installed above the mirror to have the best lighting experience.

  1.   Bath Bar

These lights can be installed on either side of the mirror.

  1.   Bath Sconce

These lights only have one bulb, which can be placed on either side of the mirror.

So after selecting the appropriate vanity light, do you know the ways of installing vanity lights? If not, let us elaborate on that.

LED Vanity Lights can be installed either facing upward or downward.

  1.       Up-Light: The object of an up light is to illuminate the room. These are ideal for use in half-bathrooms.
  2.       Down-Light: A downlight concentrates the light in your bathroom on your vanity, making it suitable for applying makeup or grooming. This form of vanity lighting is also ideal for master bathrooms.

So, consider these two questions: what kind of vanity light do you want, and what purpose do you want it to serve. With this information, you can begin to plan a perfect search for your ideal bathroom vanity light fixture.

 What color do you want your vanity light to be? Warm or cool?

After you've decided on a vanity light theme, you can start thinking about the bulbs. The color temperature represents the color of your light. The higher the kelvins, the colder and bluer the light will appear (think LEDs), and the lower the kelvins, the more yellow or amber your lights will appear (think night light).

It's worth noting that various companies distinguish color temperatures in their own ways, so a 2700K bulb from brand A could appear to be a 3400K bulb from brand B. Take a look at the chart below to see how many kelvins are needed to produce a specific color.

How bright do you want your vanity lights to be?

Lumens are a unit of measurement for bulb brightness. The higher the lumens in your vanity lights, similar to how kelvins operate, the better and brighter the lights would be. What is the relationship between lumens and watts? The higher the lumens in your lamp, the higher the electrical power consumption. Remember that two 60-watt bulbs may have entirely different brightness levels. 

When purchasing vanity light bulbs, look for lumens rather than watts. The amount of light emitted by that bulb is measured in lumens!

If you're light-sensitive, choose a bulb with a warmer color temperature (lower kelvins) that emits less light (lumens).

Why Vanity Lights?

The bathroom is often one of the home's smaller quarters. In a room, dark areas give the impression of less space. Vanity lighting is an excellent way to use light to open up a room. The use of lighting and reflective elements, such as mirrors, creates the illusion of more space. Lighting comes in a variety of finishes and shades to complement every type of decor. The use of polished chrome shades that mirror the light allows for maximum lighting. Milky shades have a vivid and warm appeal for a sophisticated glow.

Changing the lighting on the vanity refreshes the appearance of the bathroom. Use lighter lighting to enhance the deep colors if the primary colors tend toward darker elements. Lighting with clear or light shades provides a crisp and clean feel to a bathroom with a light palette. Filament light bulbs are used in certain models for a more natural look and feel. Some lighting sets have dim switches that allow you to change the amount of light from soft to bright.