The Proper Height for Bathroom Vanity Sconces

Sep 10th

The attractive bathroom vanity sconces that installed on overhead lighting plan features and task lighting. When installing lights around your vanity or sconces on the wall, it is important to find the right height to your space feel proportionate, attractive and practical. Although there is no standard height for these lights, find that the correct height in space is easy.

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The best place to hang the vanity lighting is on each side of your mirror. This helps reduce shadows, exactly illuminates your face and facilitates the application of makeup. If your bathroom fixtures will be installed on each side of your mirror, the best height is the level of the eyes or the level of the eyes of the person who will use the bathroom more often. If your lamp design allows you to see the bulb when it hangs at this height, lift the lamp until you can no longer see the bulb.

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If you prefer to hang from your bathroom fixtures over the vanity mirror, or your bathroom does not have room for two lights that surround the mirror, try hanging the light just above the top of the mirror. Ideally, allow one or two inches of space between the bottom of the light and the top of the mirror. There is no standard height to follow, so choose what suits you best.

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