Bathroom Sconce Height Standard

Aug 10th

Bathroom sconce height – Apply standard ceiling heights, lighting experts say they hang their fixtures six feet off the ground if their room has standard eight-foot ceilings. You can make minor adjustments for your personal preferences or another to improve the decoration of the wall in the room. Make sure that the bulb cannot be seen from the top of the light. A glare is created and the impact of the fixture decreases as an accent light.

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If you have rooms with high ceilings of nine feet, experts recommend larger sconces to match the proportion of your room. A general rule is to hang appliques six feet off the ground. Measure from the ground to the middle of the junction box in the back of the light. If the wall lamp is particularly large, it can measure up to the bottom of the light.

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Appliques can be used in other rooms of the house, but may require different hanging heights to meet the needs of the area. For example, outdoor entry sconces should hang six to eight inches on each side of the door and 18 inches from the top of the door. Entrance, hallway or bathroom fixtures should hang to match the elements around them, such as mirrors or illustrations.