Bathroom Lighting Design: The right way to do it

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Bathroom Lighting Design: The right way to do it

Bathroom Lighting Design: The right way to do it

Standalone baths, double vanities, steam showers, and heated tiles are among the top trends of the modern bathrooms of today; but what about Designer Lighting? As any interior designer would tell you, a bathroom should be functional, yet also a place of self-indulgence, tranquillity and peace.

As seen here in this master en suite, our modern NewYork Odeon Oasis Wall Sconce in a 60cm height is paired to a horizontal mirror across a double vanity. The wall sconce available in clear or smoke crystal helps to bring a sense of opulence and glamour to your morning and evening rituals.

 

Styling tips: Don’t be afraid to play with different finishes and explore shape as a design element in particular. Classic and timeless feature lighting is an eye-catching way to move away from sharp angles. See our Hamptons inspired and Orb range of Wall Sconces in silver plated or dark bronze.

Popular for bathrooms, chandeliers or pendant lights above baths are a stunning way to add feature lighting, however they do require special attention is paid to meeting Australian lighting regulations – as the experts, ask Designer Chandelier about this today.

 

Exploring an old world romance with classical and provincial styling. See here our French Provincial 20 Arm Chandelier in a Wrought Iron finish, note how this feature lighting works in with brass tap ware and a feature black beveled mirror and marble vanity with custom joinery.

Considering a bathroom renovation? Carefully consider the wash and tone of the lighting. Down lights will provide adequate task lighting, but they do not set the mood of your bathroom - this is what we do at Designer Chandelier!

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  • Daniel Feldman