Lighting Styles

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Bathroom Ceiling Lights

A bathroom ceiling light is a must when you require overall general lighting. Those with opal glass diffuse the light and are omnidirectional meaning they will produce less shadows and more helpful if you need to check yourself out in the mirror. Everyone wants good lighting in their bathroom and if they say they do not, then they should know better! There is nothing worse than a gloomy bathroom with poor lighting especially if you want to check out your make-up or shave. Lighting Styles has a number of bathroom fittings in a variety of styles and finishes to complement your (sometimes) smallest room that will make the biggest impact. Choose wisely and your bathroom will become a much nicer (and brighter) place.

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Chrome CCT LED Flush Ceiling Light for BathroomsChrome CCT LED Flush Ceiling Light for Bathrooms

Chrome CCT LED Flush Ceiling Light for Bathrooms

 
£239.99
Dimmable via Remote/Smartphone App
Antique Style Glass Well Pendant - Choice of GlassAntique Style Glass Well Pendant - Choice of Glass

Antique Style Glass Well Pendant - Choice of Glass

12 Products
£260.00
Frosted, Crackle or Clear Glass - Use Inside or Out
Vintage Schoolhouse Style Duplex Glass Light Pendant - Suitable for Bathrooms

Vintage Schoolhouse Style Duplex Glass Light Pendant - Suitable for Bathrooms

2 Products
£295.00
Four Brass & Two Powder Coated Finishes
IP65 IC Wall or Ceiling Light by Flos - 280mm or 381mmIP65 IC Wall or Ceiling Light by Flos - 280mm or 381mm

IP65 IC Wall or Ceiling Light by Flos - 280mm or 381mm

10 Products
£311.25
Ceiling or Wall - Upwards or Downwards - Five Finishes
Ribbon Steel Ball Pendant in Two sizes - Use Inside or Out Ribbon Steel Ball Pendant in Two sizes - Use Inside or Out

Ribbon Steel Ball Pendant in Two sizes - Use Inside or Out

2 Products
£484.50
Great for Pool Rooms, Garden Areas or Bathrooms
IP44 Rated Rockcoco Chandelier - FatboyIP44 Rated Rockcoco Chandelier - Fatboy

IP44 Rated Rockcoco Chandelier - Fatboy

 
£545.00
5 Metre Cable - Great for Bathrooms and Outside
Oblong Suspended Chrome Light - IP44 RatedOblong Suspended Chrome Light - IP44 Rated

Oblong Suspended Chrome Light - IP44 Rated

 
£657.08
Polished Chrome - Make the Ultimate Statement
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Bathroom ceiling lighting - advice, tips and general information

The bathroom is a great place to relax and recharge.  Think more of a home spa than a damp, dark room used for ablutions morning and night.

By spending a little money to obtain better lighting you will create a much nicer and more pleasing environment. After all, this is the room where you start and end your day.  Unless you have a tiny bathroom you should not be satisfied with one ceiling light as the only source of light in your bathroom. A good lighting plan is designed around tasks; showers, shaving or putting on makeup, for instance, while other light sources enhance the overall mood of the room.

Consider the following

Ceiling fixtures directly over the mirror will cast shadows on the face, making daily grooming rituals more difficult.

Vertical fixtures (wall lights) or sconces mounted on either side of the mirror are best for casting an even light across the face.  In smaller bathrooms, if the shower enclosure has a clear glass door, a dedicated shower fixture may not be necessary but a light in the shower enclosure will work well providing a bright pleasing light.

Ceiling lights provide ambient lighting basically a substitute for natural light.  We encourage clients to think more creatively about their choices, suggesting they consider a pendant lamp or chandelier instead. Another option is to use multiple spot light bars but we recommend these to have as many spotlights as possible as a triple spot light in the centre of the room will create lots of shadows.

Choosing lamps (commonly known as bulbs) a crisp white light tends to render skin tones most accurately. Halogen bulbs set the gold standard. Low-voltage varieties (with a remote transformer that converts 240 volts to 12 volts) are especially compact, and the smaller bulb gives a nice sparkling effect. Halogen bulbs cost a few pounds more than standard incandescent lamps but can last four times as long. The newest LED bulbs also offer good colour rendering and are up to 10 times more efficient than regular incandescent bulbs but beware of buying daylight LED lamps or those cheap ones from the pound shop that give poor colour rendering these subdue colours and make everything raher flat.