8 Lighting Tricks To Improve your Luxury Bathroom Atmosphere – Spring is almost here and our homes are screaming for nice weather and the sunshine to enter through our windows and warm up the ambience. If you’re one of those people that wait for Spring to renovate your house or even your bathroom decoration, this article is ideal for you. Sometimes all you need to change or add to your bathroom is simply a chandelier or a unique pendant. With that in mind, Luxury Bathrooms prepared a selection of 8 lighting solutions that help you improve and enhance your bathroom interior design.
Read also: Enjoy Your Bathroom for Valentine’s Day 2017
When thinking about the movement of space, ambience, and atmosphere in your home, lighting can be one of the major features. Lighter lights can make you feel attentive and wakeful, whereas the dimmer, weaker lights can be calming and sleep-inducing.
- Make a lighting plan
Think about what actions take place in each room, key features of a room you want to emphasise and what architectural restrictions you may need to take into account.
- Layer your lighting.
Take a layered tactic to illumination with diverse light fonts throughout different points to create ambience and interest in a room. Use lighting to make the most of a room’s size and shape.
- Make sure the lighting is helpful.
Reflect what chores you may be undertaking in each room where lighting can affect or aid you. Dimmers will speedily become your new best friend, offering an energy competent and applicable way to briefly change the atmosphere and temperateness of a room.
- Choose the bulb carefully.
You should ponder how bright do you need your space, what atmosphere are you trying to reach and if energy efficacy should be pondered.
- Use spotlights to highlight your favourites
Use illumination to delicately, or not so subtly, emphasis on a feature wall, architectural element or key possession.
- Make your guests feel comfortable.
Spotlights work well pointed at the centre of a dining table to draw people in.
- Light the way at night.
Invest in guiding floor level lighting in hallways, staircases and the bathroom to create subtle warmth and a guide.
- Less is more.
Keep theme, color schemes and material finishes steady through the home, particularly when it comes to illumination. Neutral, lighter tones will open up space and make it seem bigger, statement pops of color will increase attention, while darker hues add a touch of luxury and ease. Keep it simple and consistent.
Read also: Hottest Bathroom Trends to Watch In 2017