Plan bathroom lighting ; Your bathroom should have a window somewhere, and this can be your natural source of lighting. Use that as your starting place to start designing the lighting in the bathroom. During daytime, choose lighting that will compliment natural light coming from the window. You might want to diffuse some of that hard natural lighting glare by using screens or frosted glasses. This will allow soft light to enter into the bathroom.
The bathroom lighting contemporary task light, serve to provide light for the various grooming functions that are carried out in the bathroom. As a result this category of light focuses on the vanity area, shower stalls, or over bathtubs and toilets. Sconces or vertical fixtures on both sides of the vanity, or that center mirror that you use to shave, brush your teeth or put on makeup are excellent task lights.
They allow light to be evenly reflected across your face removing any shadows that may deceive you or make it hard for you to groom yourself properly in a timely fashion. Recessed lights are best for the shower stalls and areas over bathtubs and toilets.
Spot lighting such as that offered from recessed ceiling lights, usually LED or halogen, can look incredibly stylish, and helps focus more light where you need it. But for lighting near bathroom mirrors a soft, diffused effect can work extremely well, giving you a more even light.