Bathroom lighting has come a long way in the last decade, with LED lighting taking over as the newest trend. However, far from a passing fad LED lighting is both beautiful and practical. In fact, they can go just about everywhere from the tub to the shower even in the floor! Here are our top 5 ways to incorporate LED in your next designer bathroom.
1.Recessed bathtub lighting for a classic look.
Forget using candles to add the romantic effect in the bathroom. Recessed LED Lighting can create the same romantic glow in a far more use able package. Simple to install, use, and completely fire risk-free. Recessed LED lighting can surround your tub giving a perfect glow for your stress-free baths.
2.Ambient lighting for a romantic touch
Stumble to the bathroom no more, soft ambient lighting can now be installed in key areas of your bathroom providing an affordable always on look that will softly illuminate your bathroom during the night. Ambient lighting typically usual one to two-watt bulbs for maximum effect and minimal costs.
3.In-shower lighting for everyday convenience
Since LEDs are simple to waterproof they’re ideal for installing as recessed or accent lighting in your shower or tub. LEDs can be installed in a variety of colors and styles giving you the exact look and feel for your next designer bathroom remodel.
4.In floor lighting for a modern flair
Imagine laminated lines guiding you through your home and bathroom. In floor lighting is now possible for residential use by using LED Strips which are long lasting and low wattage. Just a few LEDs will create a powerful and unit look will update your bathroom with a very modern twist.
5. Vanity lighting for your morning ruitine
The most important lighting in your bathroom is usually around your vanity. LED lights can provide bright, non-harsh lighting that is ideal for a vanity. Recessed behind the unit, above, or even spotlights can be added with ease and designer flair.
From modern, clean lighting to classic ambiance, there’s a way to enhance your bathroom with new LED elements. They’re easy to install, low wattage, and long lasting. Everything you’d want from your bathroom lighting.