You need to consider having a dimmer to reduce your comprehensive lighting for your bathroom (although fluorescent bulbs usually does not work on dimmer switches). This will enable you to adjust the light according to your needs and mood. The next thing to consider is the size of your bathroom. Small or large, the bathroom is usually one of the center in your house. For this reason, the area in front of the mirror must be evenly illuminated and free of shadows. You must set the light source so that the light can come from the top, bottom and sides of the mirror.
If you choose fluorescent fixtures to shed light on the mirror as your smart bathroom lighting ideas, a tube designed to vanity which produces an ideal light spectrum is a smart choice. Light from ordinary fluorescent tubes can be cold. You can use 24-inch, 20-watt tubes on each side of the mirror, two 24-inch tube, mounted above the mirror, and 20 watts or 32 watts halos in the ceiling will provide adequate lighting.
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