Illuminate Your Bathroom With LED Lighting
Your bathroom can be totally transformed by a new lighting system. It may come as a surprise, but guests used to the occasional use of your room for their convenience during dinner parties and coffee mornings, will step into your bathroom and say, “Have you had a new bathroom suite fitted?”
Installing bathroom downlights is one very trendy way of illuminating the bathroom. Sadly, the one room in the house that does not seem to enjoy the natural light every other room gets for granted is your bathroom.
The windows are often opaque and tinted and most of stick a set of blinds on them for good measure. Bathroom downlights are in vogue, and they have been for quite some time. They concentrate light onto certain parts of the bathroom: the toilet or the bath taps, for example. Bare bulbs are ugly and should not be considered but LED lighting is both functional and fit for purpose.
LED downlights are used so that certain areas of the bathroom will have your eyes drawn towards them. But its redeeming feature has to be the use of lower wattage bulbs it can accommodate. LED lighting in the bathroom is very discreet, in vogue and affordable. And those that are specifically wanting the shower and bath area to make use of LED lighting, you’ll be pleased to learn that lighting designers and manufacturers are focusing LED downlights for these specific areas.
Imagine the back wall of your shower covered in dramatic and dazzling LED lighting. It will add variety and character to your bathroom and give it the light the room so desperately needs, because of the lack of natural light it craves for.
Bathroom LED lighting is effective in the alcoves of your bathroom, or above the bath tub and again on all sides of the mirror. Wall lights are particular good for taking the brightness out of bathroom evening light tones.
What about if your bathroom if one of those with absolutely no natural light whatsoever? There are many around, you know. Having an LED Skylight introduced into your bathroom will give a look of having natural light. Alternatively, you could reflect the light bouncing off the mirrors and cabinet doors to amplify the light in the bathroom.
Always Consider Using Dimmer Switches
Dimmer switches are often used in the living room and dining rooms, but in the bathroom? Why not? It can be difficult to get the right measure of LED lighting in your bathroom, so dimming the light to suit the mood can be very effective.