At Hacienda Lighting in Scottsdale, there’s nothing we love more than helping someone find the perfect lighting options for their home. We know that every person comes in with a different vision of what types of lights they want, and it’s our job to make sure they discover the perfect trends, styles, and more.
When it comes to bathroom lighting, you likely have a vision of how you want each space to look. In this post, we’ll take a look at the different bathrooms in your home and how you can fulfill the vision you have for each one through the right lighting.
Warm and Inviting
When people come to visit, you want them to feel at home. If they’re just there for a dinner party or a social gathering, then chances are they’re going to be using the powder room that’s near the front of the house. This room is small and intimate, but that doesn’t mean it can’t also be warm and inviting.
There isn’t a lot of space for several light fixtures in the powder room, so it’s important to consider carefully which products you’ll choose. Perhaps two wall sconces, one on either side of the mirror, will be a better choice than a traditional vanity fixture. For the overhead light on the ceiling, you may want to go with a modern flush-mount fixture that doesn’t protrude too far into the space, but provides the illumination that you need.
Calm and Comforting
As for the guest bathrooms in your home, the vision you have for these spaces is for them to be calm and comforting. When people come to stay, they’re going to be using the guest bath for at least one night, and they’ll likely be showering (or bathing) and using the mirror to get ready for the day or ready for bed.
It’s essential for your guest bath lighting to be calming, which means you’ll want to avoid having the space be too bright. The lighting needs to be functional so that guests can see when they’re in the shower or in front of the mirror, but with versatile lighting controls and well-placed fixtures, you can provide the perfect setting for any time of day. As for the fixtures to include in your design vision, you can blend ambient lighting from a hanging light such as a small chandelier, task lighting from vanity or sconce fixtures, and accent lighting from floor-level or toe kick lights.
Large and Luxurious
The grandest vision that you have when it comes to bathroom lighting is likely reserved for your master bath. This room is where you unwind after a long day by soaking in the tub, as well as where you get ready for work every weekday morning. This bathroom is the largest in the house, and you want it to be as luxurious as possible. You don’t want a simple, utilitarian space — you want a spa-like atmosphere where you can pamper yourself whenever you want.
When it comes to lighting your master bath, the options are seemingly endless. Based on your vision, you can find chandeliers to hang from the ceiling, multiple sconces or vanity lights for the double-sink vanity, and recessed lights for above the shower and the bathtub. Depending on the room’s square footage, you may also want to add additional accent lighting on the walls in order to complete the design and make the space feel unified.
Visit Us Today
If you’re interested in seeing the latest bathroom lighting trends for yourself, then please visit our showroom today. We’re always excited to hear someone’s lighting vision for their home, and it is our mission to supply the perfect options for any space.