68,977 overhead lighting Bath Design Photos

CBI Design Professionals, Inc.
1 Review
Master Bathroom
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Questions12
Hi, you can check out furnishedup.com for similar sconce lights. http://www.houzz.com/projects/506475/LIGHTING
Hi - desperate to know who makes these lights? any idea? many thanks :)
Sconces above a sink. I think light from two directions is best for a bathroom. Overhead light can come from a ceiling fixture or can lights. Forward lighting typically comes best from sconces
“think light from two directions is best for a bathroom. Forward lighting typically comes best from sconces set at 33 to 36 inches above the sink.”
Sconces above a sink. I think light from two directions is best for a bathroom. Overhead light can come from a ceiling fixture or can lights. Forward
Sconces above a sink. I think light from two directions is best for a bathroom. Overhead light can come from a ceiling fixture or can lights. Forward lighting typically comes best from sconces set at 33 to 36 inches above the
“vanity” — taylojan
Benning Design Associates
2 Reviews
L Street Penthouse, Sacramento CA
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Questions3
what is the manufacturer of the lights?
Perhaps do a lighted mirror in the powder room rather than a traditional overhead light.
oyster' granite. Put side lighting on both sides vs overhead to prevent shadows on your face.
Install fixtures on both sides of your mirror versus overhead. Side-lit mirrors provide even lighting on your face, whereas overhead lighting can create shadows
Flank your mirror with side lighting. Install fixtures on both sides of your mirror versus overhead. Side-lit mirrors provide even lighting on your face, whereas overhead lighting can create shadows.
Flank your mirror with side lighting. Install fixtures on both sides of your mirror versus overhead. Side-lit mirrors provide even lighting on your face, whereas overhead lighting can create shadows.
“lighting” — terryspoon
Creative Spaciz / SPACIZ Design Studio
15 Reviews
Vollinger residence
Ideabooks95,303
Questions35
Does anyone know where I can purchase these lights?
Who makes the mirror sconces? Do they put out enough light?
Is the under cabinet lights on a separate switch?
provide a sufficient amount of light. Here's a couple to consider: http://www.thelightshop.com/AQUA-4LT-BATH-p/b1909sg.htm Let us know what ya think!
no, one has graining the other does not (led florecent tubes would get rid of the spotlight effect for under cabinet lights.
Love the lights under the zink.
I like the overall style, simple but modern. I wouldn't do the lighting on the floor.
For all those tweezers, shavers and makeup appliers out there, overhead lighting in the bathroom is just not enough. Avoid the unflattering shadows they create by installing lights on the side of your mirror.
“Lights on floor” — betty777
Bubbles Bathrooms
6 Reviews
Grandview Gr Prahran
Ideabooks2,458
Questions6
Could you provide details about the mirror/cabinets & their lights?
I presume the large mirrors on the walls hide cabinets. Could you provide more details about them (source?), and how were the spot lights (below, and above) integrated? Thanks-
proud of the wall as this is a double brick wall. They have a bulk head built above them so the task lighting will function as intended. the bottom of the cabinet has recessed under cabinet LED lighting.
Marble bathroom - light and dark
cavity created by lowering the ceiling height in a shower room can be just what you need to house behind-the-scenes plumbing and electricals. Overhead lighting in a shower room can make the space far more welcoming.
“Steam shower, marble” — browndobb06
Jamie Herzlinger
4 Reviews
Jamie Herzlinger
Ideabooks919
Questions3
Carrera marble micro-tile from Waterworks. Elegant sconces from Urban Archaeology were placed on either side of the mirrors in lieu of overhead lighting, since lighting from the side tends to be more flattering.
Carrara marble micro-tile from Waterworks. Elegant sconces from Urban Archaeology were placed on either side of the mirrors in lieu of overhead lighting, since lighting from the side tends to be more flattering.
“Mirror shape” — heather9835
Contemporary Bathroom
Ideabooks4,196
Questions6
Love the faucet, lights and vanity
carefully chosen in the same sage green that echoes throughout the home, and Taggart installed sconces along the sides of the mirrors instead of overhead lighting for a more flattering glow. More of the eco-resin from 3-Form can be seen here in one of their more organically inspired patterns. Flooring: Walker
“Tile” — aadornato
Camber Construction
Bath
Ideabooks1,805
Questions7
where did you get the light fixture?
what is the name of the lighting manufacturer
Who sells the lights over the mirror in this photo. I see that
Also, where can you buy light fixture?
We carry the bathroom lights at Form + Function. We usually stock all sizes, since they are SO popular.
Hardware plus lighting
medicine cabinets, lighting
bathroom vanity lighting?
overhead lighting drop
Vanity mirror and lights
bathroom lights and mirror
Light fixture?...ceiling lighting...recessed lighting...Vanity lights...The lights...light fixtures...Mirrors and lights...overhead lights...bathroom lights......overhead lighting...Bath lighting...light fixture...Bathroom lights...Cool lights...soft lighting
“Lights” — mldeans
chotinan55
Sendai Bathroom
Ideabooks2,263
Questions3
Lighting is right according to design experts
Drop pendant lighting over master sinks
This bathroom gets it right. Mirror sconces and overhead cans on a dimmer create
the overhead light at mirror in bathroom
Mistake 3. Using downlights over the vanity without adding lights on the side.
A mix of down lights and pendants that just suits the bathroom
This bathroom gets it right. Mirror sconces and overhead cans on a dimmer create the right effect. Mistake 3. Using downlights over the vanity without adding lights on the side. Standing directly under a downlight, without any light at the sides of the face, creates exaggerated and unflattering shadows
the expensive polished nickel faucet you've specified, but it's insufficient for tasks like shaving, tweezing, and applying makeup. For this, we need light at the sides of the mirror at eye level to minimize shadows and provide even distribution. This can be achieved with sconces flanking the mirror.
“Everything!” — Matt Rowland
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