Bathroom lights for ceiling and wall, waterproof lamps
Firstly when looking for bathroom lights there are a number of considerations apart from the style you wish to use. There are Regulations on what lights can be used in different parts of the bathroom known as zones and lights should be IP rated for use within these zones.
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Since we usually start and end the day in the bathroom in front of a mirror, great lighting around the mirror is just as important as a ceiling light. Placing the lamp above the mirror or vertically to the side will not allow light to cast a shadow on your face during make-up, shaving or brushing your teeth. The light in the shower room should be both functional and relaxing. If your shower enclosure has a fixed shower head, you should avoid installing recessed luminaires directly above it. The light is not good because the shower head covers a large part of the light.
With three-stage dimmable LED light sources, you can easily change the light at different levels and temperatures, depending on the desired light and atmosphere. When you visit the bathroom at night, you don't want the bathroom lighting to wake you up too much.