Indoor Lighting Bathroom

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    Bathroom lamps:

    turn your bathroom into a convenient and relaxing living space!

    The bathroom deserves a few good lamps. It is not just a room where you tidy yourself up, wash yourself and brush your hair. It is a space where we live.

    Does this sound a little over the top? Then try to put on your make-up or to shave without good mirror lighting or to not trip over the full laundry basket without a proper ceiling lamp.

    The bathroom becomes a real living area thanks to the small but subtle extras in the lighting. Here we are talking about dimmable LED panels that come with EasyDim technology or smart LED bathroom lights with colour change function.

    Which lighting is best for bathrooms?

    The bathroom is a living area – even if you might think that the bathroom has nothing in common with a living room. Just like every other living space, the bathroom should have lamps which provide at least general and local lighting:

    • general lighting for orientation
    • local lighting for specific visual tasks, such as putting on make-up or shaving
    • ambience lighting for a comfortable mood

    General lighting is key for orientation – for example when you need the toilet, sort the laundry, or simply clean the bathroom. Local lighting in the bathroom is needed at the mirror. It allows you to put on your make-up, shave or wash without any shadows. Ambience lighting transforms the bathroom into calming area of well-being.

    Flavi ‑ ceiling light for the bathroom, chrome

    Bathroom ceiling lights

    Ceiling lights provide general lighting in the bathroom. A popular design is white with chrome-coloured elements which promotes a clean and elegant look and fits to most bathrooms. Not YOUR bathroom? No problem, we offer ceiling lights in a vintage or country-house design, too.

    » Bathroom ceiling lights

    Bathroom wall lights

    Wall lights are commonly installed by the mirror. However, you can use wall lights to support the general lighting in the bathroom, too. In this case, ensure that there is no glare. The light bulb shouldn’t be visible and the light fitting is best to be mounted on the top third of the wall or at a height of approx. 1.70 to 1.80 m.

    » Bathroom wall lights

    Wall Light
    Kamilla LED recessed light in white, IP65

    Bathroom downlights

    In small bathrooms you may want to choose lighting that does not take up any additional space. Downlights are not only practical, they simply look stylish! This is why there’re used in many hotels and swimming pools, too. Please note that you need a suspended plasterboard ceiling in the bathroom for installing downlights.

    » Bathroom downlights

    Spotlights for the bathroom

    Multiple-bulb spotlights can light up a bathroom evenly. Pay attention to freedom from glare here too. Lying in the bath and looking directly at a bright light bulb really has nothing to do with feeling comfortable!

    » Bathroom ceiling spotlights

    Round LED bathroom ceiling light Kara fluted glass