The process of choosing lighting for a bathroom design can be overwhelming. The vanity, tub area and shower all require different lighting choices, but the bathroom's overall design still needs to feel stylish and cohesive. To determine the best approach, we invited the pros at
As this will allow the light to filter through to the bottom of the cabinet), or try a backlit panel that will illuminate the entire storage space, like the one shown here.For added functionality, rather than a switch-operated light, select a sensor light that automatically
It may also prove useful when cleaning, as it will allow you to dust and wipe down hard to reach spots, like the top of your mirror or medicine cabinet.
Speaking of tiles, if you’re going the more traditional subway tile route, think about going with a beveled edge, as on the marble wall tile here. It adds just a bit more dimension and character to take a room from typical to dynamic.
While mirrored doors are a standard inclusion on most medicine cabinets, when you’re shopping around for one for your bath zone or talking custom bathroom storage options with your designer, we suggest opting for one that boasts a mirrored interior, too.
Smart design decisions can make the difference between fitting the toilet, the sink, and the shower into your existing bathroom or having to expand.
Cabinet doors that stay out of the way. Hands up if you’ve almost taken yourself out when opening a medicine cabinet door that opens outward.
A second layer task lighting that's ideal for daily grooming activities like applying makeup or shaving and a third layer, accent lighting, which is designed to highlight the bathroom's architectural features and decor. Shop the style in this bathroom picture with this fixture.