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How a Chandelier Can Add a Touch of Elegance to Your Bathroom

Most people don’t feel that bathrooms are the right place for chandeliers. After all, these light fixtures are considered to be showpieces - they’re meant to add to the beauty of the room and attract attention. People want to place them where they’re most visible so guests and family members can appreciate the beautiful chandeliers at their leisure.

This is understandable because we don’t spend much time in our bathrooms - so it makes no sense to place an artistic and expensive light fixture there. However, many designers believe that bathrooms are, in fact, great places for chandeliers. But why?

Chandelier in bathroom

They light up the room

Bathrooms can look a little bland and boring without proper lighting and decoration. Since they’re usually isolated rooms without large windows, they can look a little grim.

A chandelier will change that, and add brightness and beauty to the room. Stunning chandeliers will attract attention to the centrepieces of your bathroom, and will highlight your vanity or bathtub easily.

They add a unique design element

Chandeliers are very pretty to look at, and can add a unique design element to your otherwise plain bathroom. They come in different colours and designs; so you can choose something that fits into the overall décor of your home. For example, a sleek, modern looking bathroom can benefit from an ornate and rustic chandelier. It would add texture to the design and lend some character to the décor.

They make the room seem more spacious

Bright chandeliers and large mirrors can work together to create the illusion of space and make your small bathroom look roomier. Designers have used this trick for many years now and it’s very effective. All you need to do is place the chandelier in such a location that the light reflects off the mirrors and creates the illusion of space. If you plan the placement correctly, your bathroom will look airy and bright.

How to Choose the Right Chandelier for Your Bathroom

Although chandeliers are a great addition to any bathroom, you need to be careful when selecting your preferred model, as they can be risky and lead to accidents if not chosen well. The last thing you want is to bang your head against the chandeliers when you’re getting out of your bathtub. To help you avoid such incidents, here are some tips to choose the right fixture for your bathroom.

Size

You need to choose the size of the chandelier based on the size of yourChandelier over bathtub bathroom. If you place an oversized chandelier in a bathroom with low ceilings and a narrow design, you would just be asking for trouble. You need to make sure there’s at least 8 feet of distance between the chandelier and the highest point in your bathtub. You also need to make sure there’s 3 feet of distance between the location of the tub and the chandelier. You shouldn’t place it directly above the tub.

Design

You should also consider the design of the bathroom when you choose the chandelier. If you pick something that disrupts the flow of the room and clashes with the overall décor, it’ll make the bathroom look smaller and cluttered. So if you have bathrooms with a narrow architecture and low ceilings, pick something small but interesting that flows with the design.

Moisture

Bathrooms are moisture-rich environments so your chandelier can quickly become damaged here. It’s important to choose a fixture that’s relatively moisture-resistant and won’t rust or look worn out soon. You should also make sure your bathroom wiring has a ground-fault circuit interrupter or GFCI for added protection.

As you can see, all bathrooms can benefit from chandeliers so don’t hesitate to add one in your home. All you need to do is plan the location well and choose the right fixture to enhance the overall appearance of your bathroom.