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senorak added this to Master Bathroom
June 29, 2014
t’s best to have a fixture over the mirror & two sconces on the side. This may seem like too much lighting for one area, but it’s beneficial because it provides lighting from all angles so you look your best when you’re getting ready! Make sure you place the fixture over the mirror at 80” off the finished floor & the sconces at 60” off the finished floor. The sconces need to be more than 24” apart & less than 42” apart for even light distribution on your face.
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It’s best to have a fixture over the mirror & two sconces on the side. This may seem like too much lighting for one area, but it’s beneficial because it provides lighting from all angles so you look your best when you’re getting ready! Make sure you place the fixture over the mirror at 80” off the finished floor & the sconces at 60” off the finished floor. The sconces need to be more than 24” apart & less than 42” apart for even light distribution on your face. (Photo: Kichler Lighting "Suspension")
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