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Proper lighting is an integral part of a stylish bathroom. But while other elements in bathroom design—fixtures, wall tiles, flooring—tend to garner the most attention, modern bathroom lighting is just as essential. Optimally, it should provide both pinpointed lighting for necessary tasks, and more nuanced lighting that enhances the other carefully chosen bathroom features. Modern bathroom lighting, which includes a variety of wall and overhead styles, should certainly be functional, but style by no means should be overlooked. When selecting modern bathroom lighting, keep some fundamental things in mind:

Make lighting an important part of modern bathroom design.

When designing a modern bathroom, most people spend the bulk of their time picking out bathroom fixtures and finishes, contemporary bathroom lighting, which includes vanity lighting, ceiling lighting, and wall lamps, tend to be the last thing on the ‘to do’ list. Modern vanity lighting, for instance, is overlooked in favor of last-minute additions that detract from other elements in the bathroom that have been given more serious thought. By making sure that modern bathroom design involves lighting as much as it does other bathroom features, a more unified design statement can be achieved more easily.

Which type of modern lighting is most important?

Given the amount of time the average person spends in front of a bathroom mirror, modern vanity lighting is, without a doubt, crucial to both functional and nuanced lighting. While bathroom vanities are given a great deal of thought, the overhead or wall lighting that complements modern bathroom vanities shouldn’t be an afterthought, but, rather, part of an integrated modern bathroom design statement. Contemporary bathroom vanities can, in fact, be entirely enhanced by the type of lighting that resides overhead, providing not only illumination that’s practical and flattering, but also by being visually complementary.