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Then add in lighting for other purposes. For example, incorporate task lighting to assist with grooming or putting on make-up, such as a pair of wall lights (sconces) on either side of the mirror. These will illuminate your face from the front, which is the most effective and flattering direction.Tip: Ask your electrician to wire lights so they can be turned on independently – this will let you adjust the lighting levels and mood.15 Show-Stopping Bathroom Lighting Ideas
Winner: Milestone BuildingThe colour palette strikes just the right chord in this popular bathroom, and the marble vanity top and floor tiles give it a touch of luxe.
Create a balanced symmetry There’s nothing more soothing and relaxing than a neatly designed bathroom, and as Art Deco style favoured symmetry, it’s a great source of inspiration for a well-planned layout. If you can squeeze in a double vanity with dual basins, mirrors and lighting, the pleasing aesthetic created from the symmetry will encourage you to unwind.
Vanity cabinets don’t have to be built-ins. Freestanding vanities aren’t attached to any walls and can have open shelving in lieu of closed cabinets. They also can feature furniture-style details.13 gorgeous looks for bathroom vanities
Adding white to blue can produce baby blue, cornflower blue or sky blue, depending on how much white is added to the original hue. Pantone chose the tint named ‘Serenity’, a cool tranquil light blue, as one of its colours of the year earlier in 2016 (along with ‘Rose Quartz’, a beautiful light pink).How to work with Pantone’s colours of 2016