Ceiling Light / April 24, 2018 / Noreen Burch
These lighting fixtures normally draw their inspiration from lighting artists of the late 19th and the early 20th century. These lights typically have an art deco look that makes the fixture more alluring and mesmerizing. Ceiling lights are available in a many varieties such as flush mounted, semi-flush, outdoor hanging pendants and lanterns, and even outdoor chandeliers. Art and Deco varieties such as mission style outdoor ceiling lights are available as close-to-ceiling fixtures as well.
One way to combine functionality with good looks is by choosing a fitting that is adjustable, both in terms of light levels and light direction. You could, of course, also achieve the same result by a clever combination of ceiling lights and wall lights. Light levels are easily managed by the use of dimmer switches. Bear in mind though that all switching will need to be outside of the bathroom in order to conform to European Bathroom Lighting Regulations. Whilst putting in that dimmer switch, it also makes sense to switch your bathroom lighting separately, which will give you greater flexibility in terms of mood setting - something that is now viewed as essential when it comes to illuminating the smallest room.
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