Get in touch with this big dose of glamour achieved by Drew and Jonathon Scott. Watch out its chic silver-foil wallpaper, the antique mirror and a gold-leafed clawfoot tub topped by a small crystal chandelier. The chandelier illuminates softly the area.
Get addicted to this cottage-style bathroom, designed by Sarah Richardson, who chose a pair of outrageous mirrored sconces, generously side by side to the iconic Venetian mirror. It’s undeniable that these sconces work amazingly in this voluptuous space, they’re also a great choice for lighting the vanity area because they provide even cross lighting with minimal light.
Designer Tina Muller really gots it on this spacious, streamlined master bathroom with a magnificient chandelier. 24 sleek chrome branches end in a low-voltage LED bulb to provide plenty of light while using less energy than standard incandescent or even CFL bulbs.
Warren Sheets Design, Inc., a San Francisco-based company, says LED lighting is the perfect solution for creating a soft and dreamy glow in the master bath, but they have to be positioned correctly. Called “ambient,” this type of lighting works best when you want to light under a raised furniture-style vanity, along the sides of niches or shelves and as cove lighting on the ceiling.
In reference to a project her colleague Terri Crittenden designed, Lonnie suggests hanging a crystal pendant over the sink and mirror to sprinkle a soft glow throughout the space. Photo credits: Susan Fredman Design Group.