45 overhead lighting Bath Design Photos

Michael Tauber Architecture
5 Reviews
Modern Bath in old house
Ideabooks4,519
Questions4
This tight spaced bath room was made to feel larger through the use of up and down light in a cove in the mirrored wall hung medicine cabinet and through a frameless glass shower enclosure. Space under the sink serves as towel storage and multi level roll out shelf provides additional storage near the
Nicely detailed: is the mirror lighting ceiling or wall mounted? Nice touch to raise the bottom edge of the bathroom mirror for privacy yet allow the wall to wall mirror
davidcjack, Not sure I understand your question. The lighting at the medicine cabinet is LED strip light tucked up in a pocket in the bottom of the cabinet and one on top of the cabinet. Hope this helps, Thanks for your kind words
“gray is from Ann Sacks called Luxor Gray, comes in a variety of sizes” — freakazoid
Oceanside Glasstile
9 Reviews
Oceanside Glasstile Red 777 Bath
Ideabooks3,390
Questions5
Anyone get an answer where the lights are from?? Got to have them!
I would love to know where one can find the lighting
Vibrant red bathroom with interesting light fixtures
different The lighting
Interesting sink and light fixtures
modern light fixtures
red tile and lights...light fixtures...Lights against red...Lighting. Solid...ceiling lighting...recessed lighting
“The sink is my favorite” — leannaponto
Michael Tauber Architecture
5 Reviews
Concealed lighting at the backsplash effect
Ideabooks4,770
Questions10
Concealed lighting at the backsplash effect
Red glass mosaic backsplash lit up by the recessed LED lighting at the sides of the medicine cabinet/mirror. Photo: Bay Area VR - Eli Poblitz
Where do you get this mirror/lighting/cabinet?
what are the color temperatures of the recessed LED lights?
Can you tell me manufacturer of the red tile in bathroom with the back lit LED lighting?
used it in this post: http://www.cagedesignbuild.com/blog/2011/led-lighting-in-your-home/
They were 3000K. I prefer a little more yellow light, as it warms the rest of the architecture and avoids a too sterile
I have a choice between 3000K and 5000K for undercabinet lighting in kitchen. All recessed is a 4100K CFL because I prefer the white light. I am desperate to figure out if tiny 5000K LEDs would be white, or BLUE, but am afraid the 3000K will be too
“Backslash” — amandakstrand
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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John Kraemer & Sons
35 Reviews
Kids' Bathroom
Ideabooks1,305
Questions3
tile around the mirror and lights
light bars for vanity lighting
Lighted beneath counter
under counter lighting
Brighton by Hudson Valley Lighting
“Lights” — nextwavenina
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
contemporary bathroom ideas
Ideabooks303
Questions2
love the lighting....where can I find it?
the lighting (and the sink+vanity)
pendant lighting...light fixture...pendant light
“Like the square idea” — kalicias
Foursquare Builders
6 Reviews
Austin Modern Home
Ideabooks296
Questions0
powder bathroom is highlighted by a vaulted ceiling capped off by a skylight. The glass tile walls are floor to ceiling and are accented by the LED lighting. Photo by Paul Bardagjy
Powder Room Lighting
Mirror and side lighting
LED lighting
“Sleek” — jevil03
Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked Decor
Ideabooks8,200
Questions8
I'm asking this question simply for clarity. Are the fixtures on opposite sides of the mirror lights?
that the wall on the right is covered in the same tile in white. The skylight in the ceiling of this third-floor bedroom bathes the room in natural light, which is reflected by the tiles.
tile, lights, sink, bird
Light fixtures....Rhino horn light
“Guest toilet” — Eusebia Tafira-Mashonganyika
Mackenzie Pronk Architects
1 Review
Mackenzie Pronk Architects Moncur St Marrickville House
Ideabooks106
Questions0
go for a bold colour with a feature wall. It can add a much-needed pop of colour into your bathroom space. The use of an industrial-looking pendant light and a bright red feature wall gives this otherwise plain bathroom a unique sense of style. If you're really brave, source a variety of odd vintage tiles
“Window” — bandia69
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