Notting Hill Town House

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amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to Expert Tips for Lighting Your Bathroom Right12 September 2018

Play it safeThe first thing you need to be aware of when planning your bathroom lighting is whether the fittings are suitable for the room itself. “Give careful consideration to the IP rating, as there are specific requirements for wet areas,” advises Misha Andersen. “Before placing any item in your bathroom, check that it’s compliant with regulations.”Misha explains: “The bath and shower area is denoted Zone 1, and most shower lights are rated at IP65. Zone 2 is 60cm outside the perimeter of the bath and 2.25m from the floor. In this zone, an IP rating of at least IP44 is required.”

houseology_ireland
houseology added this to 10 Ways to Brighten a Dark Bathroom20 October 2016

Illuminate night and dayHighlighting a vanity unit with carefully considered lighting will ensure the bathing space feels light and airy throughout the day. Go for bright lighting at the mirror for shaving and applying make-up, but add a dimmer switch to the main light so you can create a mellow mood for bathing.More: Have you created a light bathroom? How did you do it? Share your ideas in the Comments below.

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amy_king117
Amy King added this to Amy's Ideas26 June 2022

Furred out mirror with backlight

helenmurray19
helenmurray19 added this to bathroom23 June 2022

symmetrical lighting, IP44 splashproof

thazin_win
Thazin Win added this to Tz Ideabook18 April 2022

Lighting in bathroom and floor tiles

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