When it comes to bathroom, there are usually ideas and solutions relating to furniture, sanitation, and accessories, but it is hard to refer to light. The new trends also turn the thought into the bright aspect, which has become a real point of reference since the first design of furniture or renovation.
In modern homes as well as in business, modern design also focuses on the spotlight in every room, unleashing the traditional concept of the classic central bulb, but looking for ever-more intriguing and sometimes original solutions, ready to surprise even in the bathroom.
An intense brightness
The bathroom is an intimate place in which everyone loves to spend space and time. When you come back from your working day, the first place where you are likely to take refuge is your own bathroom and the same when you prepare to go out in the morning.
Light is of importance to creating the environment that is “just yours” to help you find that relaxation while you are making up, washing, dressing or performing classic physiological needs.
Abandoning the central light point can mean not only giving a touch of modernity to the environment, but dividing it into zones. The light you need in front of the mirror is different from what you need in a shower. That is why there are several targeted light solutions that are aimed at a strong customization, without neglecting functionality.
A rather common proposition is to use spotlights to indirectly illuminate the bathroom to provide a light that looks almost soft, relaxing, but at the same time extremely effective: the light is positioned where the tiles end on the wall, projected on the ceiling or concealed behind a mirror, “playing” with mural architecture and the colors of the walls (usually white) to homogenize the light effect.
One solution is to opt for, for example, a mirror with light spots positioned on the back that illuminate the contour, giving a relaxing, but also useful, makeup effect (or beard for men) as it can benefit from homogeneous lighting without creating shadows on your face.
Ideas and lighting solutions for the bathroom
One of the design ideas that begin to spread is the abandonment of the principle of symmetry. Asymmetric placement of light sources seems to be the new trend, favored by so-called light tubes that are on the market (similarly to aesthetically neon classical lightbulbs but with different technology and light). One advantage is the possibility of opting for vertical and wall positioning, giving you not only a truly original touch to your bathroom, but also giving you a more distinctive feature of the light directionality.
Ideas for enlightening the bathroom are wasted, and many also recall the color: not just hot or cold light, that is, tending to yellow or ice white, but also colored light. There are in fact colors that help relax your eyes and body and are an example of those applied to chromotherapy. In modern bathrooms it is not uncommon practice to observe super-tech shower cabins with blue, red, green lighting, more or less glossy.
To give the environment a touch of extra personality, the wall lamps (possibly adjustable) can be placed at different heights or, in the most exclusive and elegant bathrooms, you can choose solutions that include suspended ceiling lamps that emit light small (light and colorful) to help relax and relax, to be switched on while diving into the bathtub.