Choosing Bathroom Light Globes
Bathroom light globes – In the bathroom, the lighting is on a premium: You want intense lighting when brushing your teeth, scouring your nails, shaving or make-up. Bathroom lighting also tends to fall under the local electrical code. The National Electrical Code requires wet or moist grade luminaires within an 8-foot radius, vertical, and 3-foot radius, horizontally, of any shower or bathtub’s outer edge. In order to comply with the code, lighting manufacturers produce a range of bathroom-specific fixtures in a wide range of styles.
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For a discreet addition to your classically-inspired bathroom, enjoys bathroom light globes in antique tin. The luminaire has two individual lamps with flared shades made of translucent white glass. They can be angled upwards or downwards. The luminaire extends 2 1/2 inches from where it is mounted on the wall. Its overall dimensions are 18 inches wide, 7 inches out from the wall, 8 1/2 inches tall, with a round back plate measuring 5 1/2 inches in diameter. The 120-volt fixture is approved for moisture. Packed, the fixture weighs 7.2 pounds.
For a bathroom light globes with a little Italian elegance, try the Corbett Light 2-Light Roma wall shine. The fixtures project a distinctly formal feel, with two individual lamps, each covered with cylindrical cream lampshades. The ornate lines of the fixture are made of wrought iron; a cascade of glass commutes is suspended below in the style of a chandelier.