Bathroom lighting

Salle de bains avec un mur fleuri

The lighting of this key room is as important as the rest of the house. It must not only be functional, but it must also be increasingly decorative and original.

Public bathroom with pendant light fixtures

The LED for a complete and utilitarian lighting

A well-lit bathroom can be achieved in many ways. A homogeneous light and the absence of shadow corners are recommended. For this, LED lighting is perfect, whatever its form: wall lights, LED strips, recessed, suspended lights, ceiling lights, etc..

Bathroom made of ceramic and wood in a blue color

The space near the mirror should obviously be more illuminated. For this purpose, the use of wall lights or suspended lights is quite common.

white bathroom with a glass door

Current trends include the backlighting of areas or mirrors, as well as track lighting, which, among other things, allows the light to be directed precisely where it is desired. Moreover, if one has only one light source, making it a rail with several spots solves an important problem of light distribution.

Black bathroom

Finally, we must finally think about the functionality and the technical side of bathroom lighting, because this is the most important. We need enough light to allow us to have an adequate and comfortable vision. We normally try to get as close to daylight as possible. Also, to maximize efficiency, it is best to provide several light sources, according to the needs of each specific space in the room.

White bathroom with circular mirror

Consider waterproof devices

The lighting chosen should also be water resistant or at least steam resistant. It must therefore have a sufficient protection factor. In addition, several safety and installation constraints must be respected, so you should definitely ask for a professional installation for the lighting of this room.

White ceramic shower with glass door
Salon bleu avec éclairage indirect au plafond

A Lighting made possible by LED technology

LED strips have revolutionized ambient lighting and offer exciting possibilities to create original and warm decorations in every room of the house!

Salon avec un foyer et un plafond indirectement éclairé

Indirect lighting is invisible lighting that illuminates the walls or ceiling of rooms, on which light is reflected and diffused. It is possible, thanks to this, to create a more convivial and relaxed atmosphere, since indirect lighting is softer and less aggressive. It is also used to enhance or highlight certain architectural details, such as mouldings, beams or false ceilings.

black bedroom with a walk-in closet with glass doors

LED strip light, the ideal product for indirect lighting

LED strips can be recessed almost anywhere: behind partitions, cabinets, shelves, furniture, headboards, cornices and more. Steam and water resistant versions are also available, allowing for unusual bathroom and shower lighting.

Ceramic bath with indirect lighting

They also allow you to light a staircase or corridor in a functional and original way. Indeed, they sublimate these often poorly lit and ordinary spaces.

staircase with illuminated steps

Thanks to LUX Lighting Solutions and its team, it is possible to carry out superb indirect lighting projects in the home on a reasonable budget. LED strips and accessories are LUX’s specialty!

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