In the mornings, a bathroom is first and foremost a functional room. In the evenings, the desire for relation dominates. Therefore, the lighting should be adaptable to the varying needs and should be changeable every time.
Smaller rooms appear larger with supplementary lamps in the corners. The same effect is attained with indirect light on light-coloured walls.
In the mornings, during personal hygiene, good illumination with bright lights is important. Not only to wake us up, but also to better recognise details when shaving or applying makeup.
Optimal mirror lighting is bright and evenly illuminates the mirror without glare. Frosted glass lamps are recommended for this purpose.
In addition to the classic overhead lighting, lamps providing an indirect light should also be installed. Indirect lighting complements the peaceful, regenerating qualities of a relaxing bath.
To adapt the lighting to the various needs, dimmable lamps are an ideal solution.
Installing bathroom lighting should only be done by a specialist as specific safety measures, such as the IP protection types of lighting, must be considered and carried out.
Information on the IP protection types and classes, such as their meaning and proper application can be found here.
To achieve both optical and functional quality, there are other criteria to consider when selecting your lighting concept:
Light sources in the shower area